TEDxUGA: Dr. Love presents on Hip Hop, Grit, and Academic Success

Mark Anthony Neal interviews B. Love to talk about her new book,
“Hip Hop’s Li’l Sistas Speak: Negotiating Hip Hop Identities and Politics in the New South”.

Check out Hip Hop Education for Social Justice in Action

Students of Real Talk: Hip Hop Ed for Social Justice recreate Phillip Agnew’s powerful and moving speech, “Two Minutes.” #HipHopEd #BlackLivesMatter #OurMarch

The students of Real Talk: Hip Hop Ed for Social Justice learned about the life and work of Ella Baker and how her life can be linked to the fifth element of Hip Hop, Knowledge of Self.

Students’ final project using the elements of Hip Hop to address stereotypes and the death of Travyon Martin.