Description: NEW! For colleges/High School classes/conferences. In this visual/social/digital network life we live in many get their education, get popular and yes even put their isms thoughts, actions, arts on social networks/videos. In this presentation Leroy Moore will play popular Hip-Hop music/news/ videos verses Krip-Hop music/news videos to look at how Hip-Hop/popular culture views or talks about disability compare to Krip-Hop Nation’s music videos, and other musicians interviews or news pieces. Bring us to your classrooms/conferences!
Here are some examples:
– What Lil Wayne’s video, “If I Die Today” say to the community as a whole and the disability community and the entertainment industry?
– How does Kountercclockwise animated music video, Crack Da Whip, flip the script
– In 2016 Stevie Wonder made a disability justice comment at the Grammys what happen at the Grammys in 2017 show?
– A career playing someone else – Doing Wheelchair Jimmy
– 50C Cents bullying Autistic young man
– Ice Cube’s Gheto Vet song talks real hood disability
– Krip-Hop Videos from police brutality to uplifting messages
Example of some Links:
Lil Wayne Lil Wayne
Goodie Mob Goodiie Mob
Flip It Leroy
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o-RmgNNN2SQ KHN PB slide show
Wheelchair Sports CampWeelchair Sports Camp
Toni Hickman Toni Hickman
King Kaution King Kaution
DJ Quad DJ Quad
AND MORE. BRING KRIP-HOP NATION TO YOUR CAMPUS