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AML3682 Exam 1 Study Guide

AML3682 Exam 1 Study Guide - AML 3682 First Exam Study...

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AML 3682: First Exam Study Guide Stephen Tuck, “Reagan, Rap, and Resistance” Chuck D and “the Black CNN” Commercial vs. underground rap Grassroots Activism Environmental Justice -Afton, NC, landfill protest -Emelda West and Shintech’s PVC factory Bill Clinton/ Sista Souljah debate Genevieve Brooks and the Desperadoes Million Man March Louis Farrakhan and the Nation of Islam Relationship between gangsta rap music and violence Sister Souljah and Clinton’s response War on Drugs Workfare / Welfare Moynihan Report controversy Hip hop music and post-Civil Rights protest Todd Boyd, “Check Yo Self Before You Wreck Yo Self” Key Ideas: “new cultural politics of difference” Arrested Development and Class Politics Ice Cube as Political Agitator Early Gangsta rap and black class politics Black cool as a commodity Clarence Lusane, “Rap, Race, and Politics” Key ideas: marketing of social discontent Hip Hop Capitalism Commodification of black resistance Dave Chappelle and consumerism
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