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TDE rapper SZA calls on southern states that have banned teaching of race in schools (Critical Race Theory) but passed a bill that recognizes August as “Hip-Hop Recognition Month” and November as âHip-Hop History Monthâ.
“I can’t explain how disrespectful it is to give ‘hip hop’ vacations, but to allow Tennessee and Texas to literally ban teaching about racism. We’re not asking for a f-king monument. . Do whatever it takes, âthe singer tweeted.
Last month, the US Senate unanimously passed Senate Resolution 331 to give hip-hop a national holiday. The legislation was sponsored by Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer and co-sponsored by Senators Alex Padilla and Senator Bill Cassidy.
Several Republican states banned racial education in response to Project 1619. Eight states (Idaho, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas, Iowa, New Hampshire, Arizona, and South Carolina) passed laws.
School boards in the state of Florida, Georgia, Utah and Oklahoma have introduced new guidelines prohibiting CRT-related discussions.
SZA is right. The genre, born out of a need to denounce oppression, has been honored with one hand and chained with the other.
âWhile on August 11, 1973, at a Back To School Jam hosted by his sister Cindy Campbell and held in the recreation room at 1520 Sedgwick Avenue in the Bronx, New York, Clive DJ Kool Herc Campbell showcased his style innovative disc jockey and, with the emcee engaging the crowd with rap on the mic as revelers known as B-boys and B-girls danced, introduced a new style, later known as Hip Hop, which combined the elements of a disc jockey (commonly referred to as a DJ), a master of ceremonies (commonly referred to as an MC), music, art, fashion and dance, âsays the project. law.
âWhile from its humble beginnings in New York City, the music, lyricism, dance, fashion and art of Hip Hop have become a culture, now present in communities across the United States, and have been since long a global phenomenon; Considering that the art and culture of Hip Hop is an original American creation; While the Hip Hop genre has been reinvented many times over the years since 1973, reflecting the state, city and region of music, from G-funk and Hyphy on the West Coast, to bass and trap in the south, to Drill in the Midwest, to many other sounds from coast to coast and overseas, including the New School, which continues this trend, âBill continues.
âWhile artists and supporters of hip-hop, originally from Africa, now transcend many different ages, ethnicities, religions, places, political affiliations and socio-economic statuses, demonstrating the quality of melting -pot of Hip Hop art and culture. “