DON T BELIEVE THE HYPEFerguson, Black Lives Matter & Hip Hop
Don’t believe the Hype è un’istantanea sulle tensioni razziali, sulle politiche di contenimento e repressione e sulla nascita di nuove forme di attivismo di base che da qualche anno fanno ribollire di energie le strade delle comunità di colore nelle grandi metropoli statunitensi. [Leggi di più]
Featuring: Kali Akuno, Jasiri X, Tef Poe, Rob Biko Baker, Robin DG Kelley, M1 (Dead Prez), Boots Riley (The Coup), Kento.
CoverArt: Kenneth TIN KIN Hung.
Artwork: Gianluca Costantini, Paolo Gallina, Alberto Ponticelli, Sergio Gerasi, GGT, Napal Naps, Paolo Parisi, Cisco.
u.net deeply personal and contextual approach to understanding the Hip Hop movement has made him one of the most knowledgeable cultural historians to write about the subject.
Hip hop is authentic. Authenticity depicts the marriage of Intention, will & action. So that which is real will forever ring true. True Word, true strength, True In Deed. For me, these words represent u.net to the fullest
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