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On Friday, Jan. 13, 2017, Dr. Joycelyn Wilson, known simply as Dr. Joyce, a Georgia Tech visiting professor is offering a hip-hop course on Atlanta’s civil rights history utilizing a unique and groundbreaking personalized learning tool, virtual reality, in addition to trap music and lyrics of OutKast. The students will examine relationships between culture, media, race,…

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What Is Hip-Hop Culture? That is the question Dr. Joycelyn A. Wilson, a hip-hop archive fellow at Harvard University’s W.E.B. DuBois Institute, is attempting to answer. Consequently, Dr. Joyce founded HipHop2020.org, a curriculum project aimed at critically analyzing the evolution of Hip-Hop culture in relation to contemporary black youths.  Fortunately, after her conference at Morehouse…

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