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bl.st.1.1129 - Black Studies Lipsitz 11/29/07 Drop lowest...

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Black Studies Lipsitz 11/29/07 Drop lowest and double the highest Tuesday quiz – emphasis on 5 stair steps in Song of Solomon, have examples ready of bullet, ballot, bible and blues Break difficult whole novel – know break for FINAL!! Romance out of genocide, killing of Indians – apache Kool Herc hears this music, Bongo version sounds like perfect break Police officers referring to Bronx as Fort Apache Native people were savage Apache aren’t savages, people who stand up for themselves, etc Symbolism to make themselves more visible Rose – universal Zulu nation, Afrika Bambada, Zulu’s are waves of black faces that represent savages, officers are drinking tea, etc supposed to represent industrialism, triumph of west Brian Cross – wrote book about Hip Hop, Not about Salary, It’s about Reality Film – rappers go to Brazil and play drums with Brazilians, understanding of Brazilian music, has Apache influences in it Indigenous people in South Western America Brazilian DJ, DJ Nuts, samples from Herc, Comanche – images himself could be
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This note was uploaded on 04/23/2008 for the course BL ST 1 taught by Professor Lipsitz during the Fall '07 term at UCSB.

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