How Could I Move the Crowd

“How Could I Move the Crowd?” a conversation on spoken word, hip-hop, and subversion

Monday, October 6, 2014 . 5:30PM

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In their work this fall, from The Me Nobody Knows to the Hip H’Opera Project, students at The School of Theatre, Dance, and Performance Studies have been exploring the subversive potential of hip-hop and arts of the spoken word.

Listen in on the conversation at a panel discussion featuring hip-hop artists, activists, and scholars from Maryland and beyond, including Marc Bamuthi Joseph, Rizqi Rachmat, Dior Ashley Brown, Baye Harrell, and Goldie Dean.

Funded by College of Arts and Humanities Artist in Residence (AiR) Initiative