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My first book is about to drop very soon! Stay tuned for more info! #HipHopEd
Hey all, I haven’t written in while, but that’s only because I’m working on some EXTRA dope projects that I’ll be sharing with you shortly! For now, here’s a few updates on recent, current, and future projects.
If you’re anywhere near Austin, Texas, come check me out next week at the SXSWedu Festival at the Austin Convention Center. I’ll be speaking on one of the Featured Panels, in collaboration with Urban Arts Partnership, to discuss hip-hop education, youth, and school culture. Our Featured Panel, titled “Can Hip Hop Save Us? Youth & […]
In honor of Kendrick Lamar’s Grammy awards and performance last night, I decided to release some never-before-seen footage of Kendrick speaking with students in my classroom. Highlights include Kendrick talking about his first grade teacher encouraging him to be a writer after hearing him use the word “audacity” correctly in a sentence. He also tells […]
Several months ago, I had an opportunity to participate in a roundtable conversation about hip-hop education with some of my colleagues at Teachers College, Columbia University in New York City. As part of the series, “The Conversation,” facilitated by Brennan DuBose, our dialogue explored the intersections of hip-hop and education from multiple perspectives. Discussion participants include Ian […]