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DESTROY THIS MEMORY:
UNDERSTANDING Katrina & its Aftermath through hip hop
THE WRITING ON THE WALL
Post-Katrina, Graffiti Said it All by Claire O'Neill
O'Neill explores the photos taken by Richard Masrach, author of Destroy this Memory, a photobook of graffiti written after Katrina hit. The article includes a slideshow of Masrach's photos.
Click here to read the full article online.
New Orleans Hip-Hop Remembers the Hurricane by Sara Bonisteel
In her article, Bonisteel writes about how hip hop artists responded to the hurricane and paid tribute to its survivors through their music.
Click here to read the full piece.
HIP HOP RESPONDS
Georgia Bush - Lil' Wayne
Tie My Hands - Lil Wayne ft. Robin Thicke
Dollar Day for New Orleans - Mos Def
Hell No We Ain't Alright - Public Enemy
George Bush Don't Like Black People - K-Otix
Get Ya Hustle On - Juvenile
SCIENCE OF THE STORM
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