We are respectable negroes: Neoliberalism and the Lyrical Fascism of Lil Wayne

See on Scoop.itOUR COMMON GROUND Informed Truth and Resistance

Ultimately, critical theory should take on the twin tasks of truth-telling and forcing its practitioners to be engaged scholars

OUR COMMON GROUND Omnibus‘s insight:

"Lil Wayne’s allusion to Emmitt Till in his lyrics represents more than stupidity"

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