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You Must Learn: A Discussion with Krayzie Bone About the Evolution of Diversity in Hip-Hop Culture
Join Grammy Award-winner, Anthony “Krayzie Bone” Henderson, of Cleveland’s internationally iconic rap group Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, and Spread the Love Foundation, for a conversation about diversity in rap and hip hop.
In what was once considered a genre dominated by black men, has Hip Hop become the poster child for diversity and inclusion? Throughout its 50-year evolution, Hip Hop has gone from a mostly black, male dominated culture, to one which embraces a plethora of races, genders, and backgrounds.
Join Anthony “Krayzie Bone” Henderson and members of his nonprofit, Spread the Love Foundation, for a panel discussion on Hip Hop’s origins and evolution as relates to the reach and diversity of the culture today. This event is sure to be a robust conversation about how Hip Hop has been, and continues to be, a pivotal force to unite a diverse array of communities and cultures into the future.
The event is sponsored by the Center for Conflict Management, The Sociology Department at UA, The Sociology Club, and the Ohio Student Association.
This event is part of The University of Akron’s Rethinking Race event series, a two-week forum of events focused on facilitating “courageous conversationsView more
Free event, please RSVP online.
303 Carroll St., Akron, OH 44325