Spittin’ Fire: Hip-Hop, Resistance, and the African Diaspora

September 21 | 2-5pm

This event provides an overview of the rhetorical development of hip-hop from its early beginnings in the 1970s to now. It explores ways in which the genre’s use of language as not only a form of self-expression but a form of societal resistance in American pop culture and worldwide. After a talk from Dr. Marcyliena Morgan, Director of Harvard’s hip-hop archive, Dj Damon Locks will take us all on an auditory journey through hip-hop and its evolutions.

Free and open to everyone | Register