Spectrum of black nationalism notes

Spectrum of black nationalism notes - I. Spectrum of black...

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I. Spectrum of black nationalism a. Malcom X b. Nation of Islam c. Percentage Idea c.i. 85%/10%/5% c.ii. 85% c.ii.1. of world’s population essentially the oppressed c.ii.2. literally enslaved, or cog in wheel (working in factory, 7 days a week, etc.) c.iii. 10% c.iii.1. of world of those who enjoy life, factory owners or politicians complicit with this repression c.iv. 5% c.iv.1. ofenlightened teachers who have embraced charge of education the rest of the world d. Nation of Gods and Earths d.i. References to ancient Egyptian mythology e. NAACP f. Examples of revolutionary or separatist hip hop f.i. Public Enemy, “By the Time I Get to Arizona” (1991) f.i.1. Video with MLK look alike f.i.2. Evokes civil rights movement f.i.3. Video trying to get attention of mainstream media f.ii. Sister Souljah “The Hate That Hate Produced” (1991) f.ii.1. Anyone who listened to hip hop was supporting govt f.ii.2. Certain amount of baiting of the media—asking for it f.ii.3. Strongly attacked Sister Souljah, called her racist, etc
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This note was uploaded on 04/01/2012 for the course MUSC 420 taught by Professor Joannademers during the Fall '11 term at USC.

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