Hip Hop And Black Women

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Music and Movies

 

Written by:

Gregory G

 

Date added:

July 22, 2014

 

Level:

University

 

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A

 

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6 / 1597

 

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It brings to surface the issues that face many young people, such as discrimination, peer relations, and self-worth, that can be considered in order to bring about change in the misogynistic aspects of hip-hop culture and American culture, in general. For young people that do not hold sexist ideals, mainstream hip-hop may influence them to do so as it spreads and continuously gains popularity...
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And others are directly and indirectly supporting an environment that allows sexism to continue. Exploitation of women in hip-hop culture has become an accepted part of it for both the artists and audiences alike, and many critics blame the music without looking any deeper. When going to any hip-hop related event, my friends and I normally expect that we will be disrespected verbally and physically, and have to prepare ourselves accordingly...
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