Da #HipHopEd Rewind: Shedding Light on our Shades-Examining Colorism in HH

This week's (2.17.15) topic was Da #HipHopEd Rewind: Shedding Light on our Shades-Examining Colorism in HH If you missed the #SelmaCurriculum which was from two weeks ago check @raptjr of @FlowStoryATX and dow nloaded it for free here --> http://goo.gl/xglpxA #HipHopEd is a global network o f educators, scholars, leaders, students, artists and professionals leveraging and utilizing #HipHopEdRead More
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Timothy Jones @tdj6899
Welcome 2 #HipHopEd tonight we will explore the shades of color and it's implications in Hip-Hop and Society
Ian P. Levy Ed.D @Ianplevy
Teacher & Counselor prep. needs 2 include more courses on racial awareness &microagressions, specifically 4 future White Educators #HipHopEd
Timothy Jones @tdj6899
Does Hip-Hop embody & or perpetuate our collective views of color within it's culture #HipHopEd
Ky @somethingboutky
When I think about colorism in black culture, I can't help but to "blame" rappers #HipHopEd
Kyle Gise @KyleGise
We should shift from the traditional education model and lead an engaged multicultural class model #HipHopEd
ArtbyOdell @artbyodell
at times it does wth videos ladies they have in them but can’t say rappers caused the whole team lightskin darkskin mess #HipHopEd
https://jgregorymcverry.com @jgmac1106
@somethingboutky Cuts deeper t. Cultural tensions exist not just on colorism. See tension between immigrants, Caribbean, etc #hiphoped
Timothy Jones @tdj6899
The challenges around color are not solely a women's issue. Brothers deal with a set of beliefs around color as well #HipHopEd
Timothy Jones @tdj6899
@somethingboutky Are rappers the creators or the conveyors of a greater narrative #HipHopEd
Ian P. Levy Ed.D @Ianplevy
@somethingboutky I hear ya some rappers def impact perceptions of blk culture, but its often controlled by "Colorblind" White men #HipHopEd
https://jgregorymcverry.com @jgmac1106
@tdj6899 The challenges of color are not just a #HipHopEd issue we all have to come to terms with our hidden and overt bias. #HipHopEd
Ian P. Levy Ed.D @Ianplevy
@tdj6899 Word! Can you elaborate on those sets of beliefs? #HipHopEd
Spur @yungbusiness
@somethingboutky #HipHopEd well colorism is hip-hop is bigger than rappers. But rappers do play a large part
Timothy Jones @tdj6899
I want 2 thank everyone in advance 4 their willingness 2 discuss a very sensitive issue #HipHopEd
Ky @somethingboutky
Luckily there has been progress. New talent like Kendrick, for example has found ways to address colorism in his music videos #HipHopEd
David D. Timony, PhD @DrTimony
hey #malcolmx50 attendees, If you're winding down for the evening, come join #hiphoped
Jon Balcerak @JonBalcerak
Childish G: The reason that they say I'm nothin' what they seen or heard's/The same reason Will Smith always opposite Latino girls #HipHopEd
Timothy Jones @tdj6899
@bmartinez_X Welcome 2 #HipHopEd and please include the hash tag in your tweets
One Bad Brilliance @2kind_by_Design
@tdj6899 @somethingboutky this depends on the rapper and the amount of social capital they have developed in their work/career #hiphoped
Jon Balcerak @JonBalcerak
We're talking #colorism 1 week after discussing a joint called #TheBlackerTheBerry. The irony's not lost on this English teacher. #HipHopEd
GONE FlyCai CDLG @DeeJayFlyCai
#HipHopEd When ppl think of music, they think HH. When they think of HH, they instantly Think Of Black Rappers Contributing With Materialism
Timothy Jones @tdj6899
I believe that the perceptions of color have gone deeper than beauty. If we r honest there r characteristics associated #HipHopEd
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