Though increasingly popular, Hip-Hop is still subject to fear and discrimination in many parts of the United States due to the racist stereotypes of white culture. In new research which examines data covering police calls to bars in Madison, Wisconsin, Randy Stoecker, Karen Reece, and a group of students found that live Hip-Hop performances are no more linked to […]
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