Fight the Power: Rap, Race, and Reality (Hors Catalogue)

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Chuck D; Jah, Yusaf; Chuck D
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Chuck D; Jah, Yusaf; Chuck D
Editorial: Bantam Doubleday Dell Publishing Group Inc, United States (1998)
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Descripción Bantam Doubleday Dell Publishing Group Inc, United States, 1998. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. 231 x 152 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. Like the hard-hitting sounds of a Public Enemy jam, the words of the band s lead singer, Chuck D, excite the mind and senses. In his first book, Chuck D pours out commentary that takes on Hollywood, race, the music industry, the murders of Tupac and the Notorious B.I.G., drugs, and the three E s--education, economics and enforcement. Likening the challenge to scaling a slick mountain on roller skates, Chuck D lets no one off the hook, putting celebrities and street kids alike on notice that the future is up for grabs.and the only way to be part of it, to be players not victims, is to work together. As an insider s view on Hip-Hop culture slides into intimate revelations about his own life, as lyrics from his songs bump shoulders with top ten lists like The Greatest Rappers of All Time, Chuck D has his say with verve and electrifying energy, with anger, love and truth. A book that brings light into darkness, Fight the Power speaks for a generation. It is a powerful and prophetic message that America, both Black and White, urgently needs to hear. Nightline with Chuck as the featured guest. His rejection of celebrity and his constant community activism have made him a hero. For the past five years he s been touring colleges and universities, delivering three hour lectures on everything from the music industry s corruption of young talent, the history of black music from Blues to Rap, his own controversial lyrics, problems in the black community, self-empowerment, contemporary culture and current political leaders to Public Enemy s rise to international stardom. All while maintaining his solo and Public Enemy s recording careers. Fight the Power examines a multitude of complex social, racial and artistic issues. In his unmistakable voice, Chuck discusses the role of heroes and role models in the black community, Hollywood s negative images of blacks, the effect of gangsta rap, its images on the country s youth and the war between east and west coast rappers that may have spawned the murder of Tupac Shakur, the role of athletes and entertainers in eroding and strengthening values, and other vital contemporary concerns. Candid, thoughtful, and in your face, Fight the Power, the first substantial book by a rapper, offers readers a look into the culture of hip hop and the future of Black culture. Nº de ref. de la librería APC9780385318730

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Chuck D; Jah, Yusaf; Chuck D
Editorial: Bantam Doubleday Dell Publishing Group Inc, United States (1998)
ISBN 10: 0385318731 ISBN 13: 9780385318730
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Descripción Bantam Doubleday Dell Publishing Group Inc, United States, 1998. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. 231 x 152 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.Like the hard-hitting sounds of a Public Enemy jam, the words of the band s lead singer, Chuck D, excite the mind and senses. In his first book, Chuck D pours out commentary that takes on Hollywood, race, the music industry, the murders of Tupac and the Notorious B.I.G., drugs, and the three E s--education, economics and enforcement. Likening the challenge to scaling a slick mountain on roller skates, Chuck D lets no one off the hook, putting celebrities and street kids alike on notice that the future is up for grabs.and the only way to be part of it, to be players not victims, is to work together. As an insider s view on Hip-Hop culture slides into intimate revelations about his own life, as lyrics from his songs bump shoulders with top ten lists like The Greatest Rappers of All Time, Chuck D has his say with verve and electrifying energy, with anger, love and truth. A book that brings light into darkness, Fight the Power speaks for a generation. It is a powerful and prophetic message that America, both Black and White, urgently needs to hear. Nightline with Chuck as the featured guest. His rejection of celebrity and his constant community activism have made him a hero. For the past five years he s been touring colleges and universities, delivering three hour lectures on everything from the music industry s corruption of young talent, the history of black music from Blues to Rap, his own controversial lyrics, problems in the black community, self-empowerment, contemporary culture and current political leaders to Public Enemy s rise to international stardom. All while maintaining his solo and Public Enemy s recording careers. Fight the Power examines a multitude of complex social, racial and artistic issues. In his unmistakable voice, Chuck discusses the role of heroes and role models in the black community, Hollywood s negative images of blacks, the effect of gangsta rap, its images on the country s youth and the war between east and west coast rappers that may have spawned the murder of Tupac Shakur, the role of athletes and entertainers in eroding and strengthening values, and other vital contemporary concerns. Candid, thoughtful, and in your face, Fight the Power, the first substantial book by a rapper, offers readers a look into the culture of hip hop and the future of Black culture. Nº de ref. de la librería APC9780385318730

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Chuck D; Jah, Yusaf; Chuck D
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Descripción Delta. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Paperback. 288 pages. Dimensions: 9.2in. x 6.1in. x 0.9in.Like the hard-hitting sounds of a Public Enemy jam, the words of the bands lead singer, Chuck D, excite the mind and senses. In his first book, Chuck D pours out commentary that takes on Hollywood, race, the music industry, the murders of Tupac and the Notorious B. I. G. , drugs, and the three Es--education, economics and enforcement. Likening the challenge to scaling a slick mountain on roller skates, Chuck D lets no one off the hook, putting celebrities and street kids alike on notice that the future is up for grabs. . . and the only way to be part of it, to be players not victims, is to work together. As an insiders view on Hip-Hop culture slides into intimate revelations about his own life, as lyrics from his songs bump shoulders with top ten lists like The Greatest Rappers of All Time, Chuck D has his say with verve and electrifying energy, with anger, love and truth. A book that brings light into darkness, Fight the Power speaks for a generation. It is a powerful and prophetic message that America, both Black and White, urgently needs to hear. Nightline with Chuck as the featured guest. His rejection of celebrity and his constant community activism have made him a hero. For the past five years hes been touring colleges and universities, delivering three hour lectures on everything from the music industrys corruption of young talent, the history of black music from Blues to Rap, his own controversial lyrics, problems in the black community, self-empowerment, contemporary culture and current political leaders to Public Enemys rise to international stardom. All while maintaining his solo and Public Enemys recording careers. Fight the Power examines a multitude of complex social, racial and artistic issues. In his unmistakable voice, Chuck discusses the role of heroes and role models in the black community, Hollywoods negative images of blacks, the effect of gangsta rap, its images on the countrys youth and the war between east and west coast rappers that may have spawned the murder of Tupac Shakur, the role of athletes and entertainers in eroding and strengthening values, and other vital contemporary concerns. Candid, thoughtful, and in your face, Fight the Power, the first substantial book by a rapper, offers readers a look into the culture of hip hop and the future of Black culture. -- This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN. Paperback. Nº de ref. de la librería 9780385318730

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Descripción Delta, 1998. Estado de conservación: New. Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: Like the hard-hitting sounds of a Public Enemy jam, the words of the band's lead singer, Chuck D, excite the mind and senses. In his first book, Chuck D pours out commentary that takes on Hollywood, race, the music industry, the murders of Tupac and the Notorious B.I.G., drugs, and the three E's--education, economics and enforcement. Likening the challenge to "scaling a slick mountain on roller skates," Chuck D lets no one off the hook, putting celebrities and street kids alike on notice that the future is up for grabs.and the only way to be part of it, to be players not victims, is to work together. As an insider's view on Hip-Hop culture slides into intimate revelations about his own life, as lyrics from his songs bump shoulders with top ten lists like "The Greatest Rappers of All Time," Chuck D has his say with verve and electrifying energy, with anger, love and truth. A book that brings light into darkness, Fight the Power speaks for a generation. It is a powerful and prophetic message that America, both Black and White, urgently needs to hear. Nightline with Chuck as the featured guest. His rejection of celebrity and his constant community activism have made him a hero. For the past five years he's been touring colleges and universities, delivering three hour lectures on everything from the music industry's corruption of young talent, the history of black music from Blues to Rap, his own controversial lyrics, problems in the black community, self-empowerment, contemporary culture and current political leaders to Public Enemy's rise to international stardom. All while maintaining his solo and Public Enemy's recording careers. Fight the Power examines a multitude of complex social, racial and artistic issues. In his unmistakable voice, Chuck discusses the role of heroes and role models in the black community, Hollywood's negative images of blacks, the effect of gangsta rap, its images on the country's youth and the war between east and west coast rappers that may have spawned the murder of Tupac Shakur, the role of athletes and entertainers in eroding and strengthening values, and other vital contemporary concerns. Candid, thoughtful, and in your face, Fight the Power, the first substantial book by a rapper, offers readers a look into the culture of hip hop and the future of Black culture. -->. Nº de ref. de la librería ABE_book_new_0385318731

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