YesNo WHY City Girls Not Ya Main Demonstrates sisters with attitude Rhapsody

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Yes/No.. WHY. “City Girls” –Not Ya Main -Demonstrates sisters with attitude Rhapsody Power ft Kendrick Lamar -Fly mother How is the documentary discussing the prison industrial complex? How is hip hop used as music and text in discussing the prison industrial complex? How do rap artists comment on the prison industrial complex? (Rap artist Common) Documentary video: 13 th by Ava DuVernay “Letter to the Free” –Common “For now we know, the new Jim Crow, They stop, search and arrest our souls” Reasons for lynching: -Form of recognized terror -Black men were criminals that needed to be lynched -Black men were animalistic -Often claimed to have raped white women -Ideology that black male bodies are criminal bodies The New Jim Crowe: Michele Williams -Argues that slavery has not ended in the United States, it has simply taken a new form, mass incarceration (prison industrial complex) -When you see a prison cell, and black bodies filling them, note that institution is not a justice structure, its an embodiment of a social problem -Argues that the prison industrial complex filled with black people, is an embodiment of a racialized logic in which black and brown bodies are not seen as individuals with feelings/human Freedom is not a destination in the black experience “Hold on, won’t be long” Cesarean Methodology of victimizing the colonizer
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-Flashback zoom to the present -Comparing the past to the present and even the future -Hip hop has roots within Africa and the proposition of Esu -Despite its historical roots, we can not isolate hip hop outside its United States creation -Look at hip hop roots within the African american experience -Across the world, how people have interpreted hip hop based on its rhythm and message, and how they created their own sound (Mexico, Africa, Europe, India, Middle East, Japan) -Engage mysogny, violence, homophobia -Why is hip hop considered mysogneic, homophobic, violent? -Engage the hip hop artist as a social and political activist (childish Gambino, Eminem, Kendirck Lamar) Ect. In the future, become more critical listeners rather than listening to the groove
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