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The Mountaintop Ain't Flat | Regina Bradley | TEDxSavannah

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Published on May 25, 2017

With a splash of humor, scholar Regina Bradley explores how hip hop is used as a tool of reckoning in the contemporary Black American South.

Regina N. Bradley, the 2016 Nasir Jones Hip Hop Fellow at Harvard University, is an assistant professor of African American Literature at Armstrong State University. Her work focuses on the stories and experiences of black folks in the American South after the Civil Rights Movement.

Dr. Bradle is a sought-after lecturer and storyteller from Albany, GA. She is an Assistant Professor of African American Literature at Armstrong State University. In 2016 she served as a Nasir Jones Hip Hop Fellow at Harvard University. Her work is focused on highlighting the stories and experiences of black folks living in the American South after the Civil Rights Movement. Following André Benjamin’s challenge to hip hop as a blueprint for work, Dr. Bradley seeks to show that “the South STILL got something to say!”

This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx

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