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Wish to Live : the hip-hop feminism pedagogy reader

Author: Ruth Nicole Brown; Chamara Jewel Kwakye
Publisher: New York, NY : Peter Lang, [2012]
Series: Educational psychology (New York, N.Y.)
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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An intergenerational account capturing the contemporary politics and poetics of hip-hop feminism.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ruth Nicole Brown; Chamara Jewel Kwakye
ISBN: 9781433106460 1433106469
OCLC Number: 806981067
Description: xviii, 271 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.
Contents: Acknowledgements --
Introduction --
Miseducation: "this is not an apology" --
An unapologetic lyric : a warrior's battle for space in education / by Dominique C. Hill --
Who wants 2 b hard? : a lesbian of color critiques the phrase "no homo" in hip-hop / by Tanya Kozlowski --
(progressive) hip-hop cartography / by Darlene Vinicky --
Lighting the fire : hip-hop feminism in a Midwestern classroom / by Zenzele Isoke --
For oya : I love myself dancing --
and then again when I am boxed in and overwhelmed / by Ruth Nicole Brown --
Justice : "My life has taught me to defy other folks' expectations" --
The Black girl body as a site of sexual terrorism / by Adilia James --
The politics of representation for Black women and the impossibility of queering the New Jersey 4/7 / by Christina Carney --
Camp carrot seed : reflections on a critical pedagogic project / by Sheri Davis-Faulkner --
Dr. Theresa Bayarea : dancing to make freedom / by Chamara Jewel Kwakye --
Freedom schools and Ella Baker / by Shaunita Levison --
Performance: "my legacy of imagination is not lost" --
The almighty and most powerful / by Porsha Olayiwola --
I am a woman / by Loy A. Webb --
Body cypher love : a remix : a hip-hop feminist project / by Tanya Kozlowski, Irene Christine Zavarsky, and Christina Armstrong --
Black girl night talk / by Blair Ebony Smith --
Acting out : a performative exploration of identity, healing, and wholeness / by Durell Callier --
Get it girl moments : a reflection on dance and research / by Grenita Hall --
People : "we can never forget to love" --
The bad bitch society : discovering love through writing and the new hip-hop / by Sesali Bowen --
Show yo' self / by Precious McClendon --
A conversation with Black Artemis / by Christina Armstrong --
A mother and daughter talk hip-hop / by Lena Foote --
Summer vacation in Baham, Alabama, or Southern fried feminism / by J. Sean Callahan --
I love music! / by DaYanna Crider --
Solhot : "I wish to live" --
In the words of others we find ourselves / by Kristen Smith --
Youth (young adult) organizing / by Sheri Lewis --
Can we be for black girls and against their sexuality? : a soundtrack / by Jessica Robinson --
"Check-in" / by Porshe Garner --
On being in the service of someone else's shine / by Taylor-Imani Linear --
To the visionary / by Desiree McMillion --
Portrait of a Black girl : seeing is not believing / by Claudine Taaffe.
Series Title: Educational psychology (New York, N.Y.)
Responsibility: edited by Ruth Nicole Brown & Chamara Jewel Kwakye.

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