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You didn’t know? Many of us have this conversation about you and others in the industry like you every day. The industry who has pimped hip-hop culture so the chosen few of you can live in a MTV crib, wear Iceberg jeans, Phat Farm sweaters, and Sean John fur coats, much of which I’m sure are made in sweatshops by Black and Brown children who earn an average of .75 cents a day and we can not forget about the ‘Bling-Bling’ diamonds that are mined by South African workers who’s life expectancy is…
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- The Annual Black August concert, which is a celebration of Hip-Hop and Freedom Fighters
- The International Cuban Hip-Hop Festival
- Stress magazine
- The Universal Zulu Nation
- Rock Steady Crew
- Dead Prez—who’s album “Lets Get Free” has been called a poetic 10-point program for our generation
- Mos Def and Talib Kweli helping to raise the Nikru Cultural Education Center in Brooklyn
- Common’s support of many political exiles such as Assata Shakur
- The Wu-Tang Clan’s recent trip to Albany with over 2000 young Black and Latino’s who rallied to repeal the Rockefeller Drug Laws
Russell, it is my belief that the images that you and your peers help to promote are the images that allow law enforcement to criminalize the Hip-Hop generation, the images you create allow for 10 year children to use the word http://www.humanboundary.com/?plotva=cara-copy-trade-forex&b69=0f cara copy trade forex تحديث بيانات الراجحي لبيع الاسهم Nigga, Bitch, Ho, Chickenhead, Dog, as frequently as they say “What’s Up?”
The images many music industry people promote allow for the sexual exploitation of our women, the murder of our young men at the hands of police, and ultimately the images you and your peers promote are why our youth are filling up prisons in record numbers. As recently as last week these images that have been created have not allowed police to focus their attention on “Rappers.”
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