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Copy of 1. “Hip-Hop Pedagogy from Higher Education to Youth Incarceration”

Using Hip-Hop as a Vehicle Toward Change & Activism
by Hasan Stephens on 4 September 2012

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Transcript of Copy of 1. “Hip-Hop Pedagogy from Higher Education to Youth Incarceration”

` Misconceptions Hip-Hop music is vulgar and
negative
Corrupts the moral character of youth
Drugs and violence
Anti-education
Interferes with Learning
Is the reason youth perform poorly #Truth 1 Ghetto culture is monolithic
and wholely perverse Hip-Hop from it's very inception was born
out of higher learning and positivity Anti-violence / Anti-gang
Anti-drugs
Culturally positive Hip-Hop IS Education! Mastery of English Language
Complex Lyrical Qualities
Inherent Obsession with history and storytelling
Reinforces core learning objectives #Truth 2 Core Values 1. Education
2. Anti-Violence
3. Anti-Drugs
4. Activism
5. Self -Awareness Dance More Links Hip-Hop:
Creating Something From Nothing 4 Elements Emcee DJ Graffiti
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