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Thursday, April 28 • 7:00pm - 9:00pm
Panel: Hip Hop Race & Citizenship in Japan, France and the United States

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Chuck D and Gaye Johnson (Professor of Black Studies and Chicano Studies at UCSB, and Chuck D’s partner) have presented together on Hip Hop, race, and citizenship in relation to Arizona’s and the American southwest’s anti-immigrant legislation. Dawn-Elissa Fischer (SF State) has produced exciting work investigating notions of Blackness based on her ethnography of Hip Hop in Japan. Samir Meghelli (Columbia University) researches issues of race and citizenship in relation to Afro-French immigrants in French Hip Hop communities in the banlieues of Paris. (Until 9:00pm)


diversityarts.stanford.edu

Thursday April 28, 2011 7:00pm - 9:00pm
Cubberley Auditorium, School of Education 485 LASUEN MALL, Stanford

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