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Today, I won't be in class, but you can submit the following on Blackboard:

* Chicano rap, an offshoot of hip-hop that attempts to empower Latinx people using similar styling and tropes, is sometimes criticized for borrowing language and appropriating cultural cues from its African-American counterparts.
* Read %newwin%[[Attach:Interethnic.pdf|this]] and respond to the following:
** How does rap music create a space for other racial identities to empower themselves? Is hip-hop universal or does it represent something specific to African-American people (or both)?
* Read %newwin%[[https://www.npr.org/sections/therecord/2012/07/04/156261612/a-close-look-at-frank-oceans-coming-out-letter|this]] and answer the following -
** How is sexuality complicated by the intersection of race in hip-hop music? Do perceptions of hip-hop artists rely on stereotypes of sexuality?
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