Category: Hip Hop

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Black Boy, Interrupted II

Stuck in the Machine of Education, Part II Black boys, like myself, try for years to interrupt the arresting box of urban Black identity in clever and chameleon ways.

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Classroom Hip-Hop

On Hip-Hop Pedagogy I feel that all the hip-hop albums I have ever listened to, from Snoop Dogg’s Doggystyle to Kendrick’s To Pimp a Butterfly have

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Obama Smoking

Barack’s Blackness

The Detriments of Debating Over Blackness I was on a mini-vacation visiting some old friends who had recently moved to Montreal. After a meal one

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Matthew R. Morris

Educator, Speaker, Writer

Matthew R. Morris is a writer, speaker, and elementary educator in Toronto. He has an M.A. in Social Justice Education from OISE at the University of Toronto and is the author of the forthcoming book, Black Boys Like Me. 

Matthew R. Morris

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