Tuesday, October 02, 2007

Gender and Hip Hop

Woah-- I just saw this announcement for Friday's panel. I'm familiar with Byron Hurt made the documentary Hip Hop: Beyond Beats and Rhymes and has spoken out about both his love for hip hop and the way gender roles are represented in hip hop, but I had never heard of Black Girls Rock! Check out Dj Beverly Bond Sounds amazing-- I'm looking forward to learning more.

PANEL ON MISOGYNY IN RAP CULTURE (NYC)

Friday, October 5, 7pm.

Community dialogue on the gender crisis featuring
panelists Joan Morgan, M-1, Byron Hurt, and Tracy Sharpley-Whiting
Hosted by Black Girls Rock! Founder and DJ Beverly Bond.

Moderated by
Bakari Kitwana.

The Museum of the City of New York 1220 Fifth Ave.
near E. 104th. Manhattan. Visit: mcny.org.

Free with RSVP to
212-534-1672 x3395. Source: Brian Ward.

1 comment:

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