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Unformatted text preview: CTCS 464 September 6, 2007- Historical, Cultural Origins of Hip-Hop- Period right before hip hop started to emerge- Political issues 1960’s- The difference between Civil Rights Movement and Black Power Movement- Martin Luther King Jr. vs. Malcom X (respectively)- Civil Rights Movement reconciled in America MLK Jr Day- Black people legally allowed to integrate into American society since 1960’s- MLK -> Christian Minister, embraced politics of non violence- Civil Rights not nearly as threatening as Black Power Movement- Black Nationalism on the other hand, - Malcolm X -> Ho Chi Min Mao Zeo Dong Fidel Castro- Malcolm = Human Rights, MLK = Civil Rights- Malcolm = Nation of Islams, intellectual Sunni islams- Malcolm wasn’t formeally educated, came up from the streets. - MLK on the other hand became a doctor, formally educated- Malcolm Assasinated in ‘65- Malcolm could speak to dope fiends up to heads of states- Instead of integrating with mainstream America, black power movement got its...
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- Fall '07
- Malcolm X, Martin Luther King, Jr., Marvin Gaye