Northside Hip-Hop Archive Presents: “I Was There!”

  I Was There! is a national archival animation project. ¬†Creatively disruptive, productively creative the project excavates and celebrates the ingenuity of hip hop architects as Cultural innovators that have rewritten the rules around culture in their city, province and across Canada. ¬†Today, major social institutions can and do refer to Toronto based on the … Continue reading Northside Hip-Hop Archive Presents: “I Was There!”

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Upcoming: Hip Hop for a Different Future (panel discussion)

  Hip Hop culture is a manifestation of the radical imagination of Black and Brown youth coming of age in post-industrial South Bronx in the mid-1970s, an era marked by massive joblessness, defunding of schools and youth spaces and programs, the expansion of the prison industrial complex, and the militarization of urban space (Akom, 2009; … Continue reading Upcoming: Hip Hop for a Different Future (panel discussion)