But the overall failure of American conservatives to forthrightly deal with South Africa’s white-supremacist regime, coming so soon after their failure to deal with the white-supremacist regime in their own country, is part of their heritage, and thus part of our heritage. When you see a Tea Party protestor waving the flag of slavery in front of the home of the first black president, understand that this instinct has been cultivated. It is still, at this very hour, being cultivated.
I know it’s Bourbon Street, but I can’t. SMH. “Girl chile ain’t safe in a (country) of mens.”
Hip Hop, The Body, and Desire panel - #femhiphop @ajcproject photo by @debodykes (at Tulane University, New Orleans, LA)
New Orleans has been good to me chile #femhiphop #friedgreentomatoes (at Ye Olde College Inn)
Really dope panel from Dr. Brooks-Tatum, @professorcrunk @divafeminist #femhiphop #getthistwork (at Lavin-Bernick Center Food Court - Tulane University)
1992: An important moment when hip hop & neoliberalism collide (i.e. Riots, The Chronic LP) #femhiphop @catalytic92 (at Lavin-Bernick Center - Tulane University)
Williams student @catalytic92 gives a powerful poster session connecting neoliberalism, hip hop & misogyny. #femhiphop (at Lavin-Bernick Center - Tulane University)