Hip-hop culture has much to add to the racial justice conversation taking place in the streets and on basketball courts across the United States and even in Canada, says a curator of a University of Toronto education series on the movement.Read the article
U of T hip-hop conference highlights virtual storytelling, activism
Source: Canada's National Observer Wed, Nov 4, 2020 2 minutes read
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