This episode is an African Studies palaver on teaching hip hop related courses at historically Black colleges and universities (HBCUs). The discussion focused on approaching hip hop studies from African centered perspectives, as well the impact of those courses being taught at HBCUs on their structure and content.
Leading the discussion are hip hop professors/activists who are teaching hip hop related courses and participating in important dialogues within hip hop studies.
Tewodross Melchishua Williams Bowie State University
The event was held at Howard University and was sponsored by the Department of African Studies and the Ralph Bunche International Affairs Center.