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Hip Hop Bruha is an online think platform and podcast that seeks to provide a critical analysis on everything from Hip Hop, Pop Culture to all things political through an intersectional feminism lens.

Hip Hop Bruha is an online think platform and podcast that seeks to provide a critical analysis on everything from Hip Hop, Pop Culture to all things political through an intersectional feminism lens.
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United States

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Hip Hop Bruha is an online think platform and podcast that seeks to provide a critical analysis on everything from Hip Hop, Pop Culture to all things political through an intersectional feminism lens.

Twitter:

@hiphopbruha

Language:

English


Episodes

Raised Pinay, Story-Telling and Decolonization Practices through Performance

8/10/2019
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Join Hip Hop Bruha's host, DJ Kuttin Kandi in a discussion with Director, JL and cast, Renaissance Roxy of Raised Pinay on the process and production of this years "Raised Pinay”, how story-telling is at the heart of artist-activism, the call to uplift, amplify the diverse narratives of Filipinx peoples and the need for decolonization. JL is a cultural bearer through her multidisciplinary artistry/creation work, role as an education and sharer of knowledge and duty as healer in uplifting the...

Duration:01:50:52

Big Tara on Black Bgirls, Dance Culture, and the Intersections of Health, Buddhism and Social Justice

7/29/2019
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Join this week’s episode with legendary Bgirl and MC Tara of the aNoMoLies crew, MAWU and the Heartbreakerz as she talks about her journey with health and wellness, spirituality and finding joy as a dancer. In this inspiring conversation with Hip Hop Bruha’s host and aNoMoLies crew member DJ Kuttin Kandi, she shares her legacy as a Black Bgirl in Hip Hop, and in dance culture, the erasure of Black Bgirls in Hip Hop, as well as the need for Hip Hop to be unified and be in the movement for...

Duration:01:50:06

JaciCaprice Clark on Detroit, Relationship-Building and How Hip Hop Is Still At Work!

7/20/2019
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Join Hip Hop Bruha’s host, DJ Kuttin Kandi in a discussion with JaciCaprice Clark about the importance of connectedness and building relationships; the need to be innovative while maintaining the foundations of Hip Hop Culture and how Hip Hop is still at work with its powerful movement around the world as she highlights Detroit’s historical origins and the way artist cultural organizers are loyal to their beloved city. JaciCaprice Clark is a visionary who faces any challenge with her eyes...

Duration:01:15:11

Aisha Fukushima on RAPtivism, Solidarity, Mindfulness & Global Hip Hop Storytelling

7/13/2019
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Join Hip Hop Bruha’s host, DJ Kuttin Kandi in a discussion with Aisha Fukushima about the multiplicity and the power of various narratives of Hip Hop as well as the inspiration of emergent strategy in how she does her global Hip Hop movement work as she draws in her Raptivism pedagogy and solidarity building by ways of mindfulness practice. AISHA FUKUSHIMA is a Singer, Speaker, Educator, and ‘RAPtivist’ (rap activist). Fukushima founded RAPtivism (Rap Activism), a hip hop project spanning...

Duration:00:57:40

Dr. Dawn-Elissa Fischer on Hip Hop, Education and Global Feminism

7/6/2019
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Join Hip Hop Bruha’s host DJ Kuttin Kandi for this week’s episode with friend, Dr. Dawn-Elissa Fischer on a conversation about her life journey with Hip Hop, her love for family, her passion for Education and the roots of Ethnic Studies as well as her story on how coalition building became foundational to her work. Dawn-Elissa Fischer is a founding staff member of the Hiphop Archive and Research Institute at the Hutchins Center, Harvard University. She has served as a program officer for the...

Duration:02:01:15

"Always Be My Maybe" RoundTable Discussion feat. Alice Wong, Joy Ng, and Trinh Le

6/29/2019
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Join DJ Kuttin Kandi, one of Hip Hop Bruha’s Podcast Hosts for a special episode on the film, “Always Be My Maybe” featuring community organizer, Trinh Le, Asian American and Hip Hop writer/blogger, Joy Ng and disabled activist and media maker, Alice Wong. This special episode intends to celebrate the poignant parts of the film and the impact it has on Asian Americans and across other communities of color. Together, we work through the tensions of calling-in one another to deepen and...

Duration:01:10:27