Congressional hearings on Hip Hop

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Hears a link to the hearing on Hip Hop. It seems as if at the end of the day the buck is being passed on the artists. I know the latter needs to take responsibility and help to make the matter better for the youth but let’s be real….Crack aint goin’ no where, school need books, programs are cut every year from the educational system, and more prisons are built every day. Modern day slavery and a dictatorship is where were headed.

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2 Responses to “Congressional hearings on Hip Hop”

  1. S. Mathis Says:
    September 27th, 2007 at 5:16 pm

    The buck should be passed on to the artist! Rap music and hip hop culture are the dominant forces influencing black youth. The artists ultimately control the content in their music. The difference between reporting what happens on the streets and glorifying it are very obvious when you hear the song. Crime and poverty have been around before rap music, but the embracing of ignorance has never been higher then the last 15 years. Rap isn’t all to blame, but it can go a long way towards erasing the pride some of us have for being amongst the following: 1) a felon, 2) a dead beat no show , 3) jobless at 25 years old, and 4) comfortable wearing your pants at your knees (true cornballs).

  2. Beggar Says:
    September 30th, 2007 at 3:54 pm

    Mathis said it best… excuse me S dot Mathis… Thanks for this guy i dont have to say much at times ^

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