Hip Hop Culture, Race, and the Mythologies of a Post-Racial America

with Dr. Finne Coleman, Monday, February 11, 2013, 7:00pm in Cascia Hall

In this presentation, Dr. Finnie D. Coleman will discuss the role race has played and continues to play in the genesis of Hip Hop culture while illuminating various misconceptions about Hip Hop culture and the role that the culture plays in both constructing and destroying “racial barriers” in the United States.

Step forward, learn from the past

Black History Month 2013 presented in partnership by A.L.A.N.A., Campus Life, M.P.B., Office of the Provost, Office of Residence Life, Office of Student Involvement, and the Writing Center. With support from Conference & Events, Rogers Center for the Arts, and Sodexo.

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