Black People : Hip-Hop 9/11 Truth Movement

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    "Hip-Hop and the 9/11 Truth Movement"

    Politics in hip-hop is nothing new, and some argue it is the fifth, or sixth, element of hip-hop – depending on where you place the art of beat boxing. Whether it’s the hard tones of Chuck D in Public Enemy, the streetwise prose of the Intelligent Hoodlum, the unapologetic words of N.W.A., or KRS 1’s “edutainment,” hip-hop has a long political tradition that is experiencing a revival from the bottom up. That revival has found a home in the self-described 9/11 TRUTH MOVEMENT.

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