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Hip Hop in Review: Part IV Who's Responsible?

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Uploaded on Feb 16, 2007

In the documentary "Hip Hop: Beyond Beats & Rhymes" filmmaker Byron Hurt takes a critical look at Hip Hop.
What we hope to do here is offer some feedback on the show and take a closer look at how mainstream Hip Hop got to where it is today and discuss what we need to understand about the images and messages in Hip Hop music.
Guests:
Courtney Morris, researcher who studies the impact of Hip Hop on black women.
Mahdi Fard Muhammad, author of "It's Time: The Race Is Over To Open A Black Man's Eyes" and director of the Relationship Fitness Center.
D. Solo, host and executive producer of the Hip Hop show "Street Flava"

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