In honor of Women’s History Month, HARI presents a weekly series celebrating and exploring the place of women in hiphop and hiphop culture.
In honor of Women’s History Month, HARI presents a weekly series celebrating and exploring the place of women in hiphop and hiphop culture. Begin exploring the tension of being a woman in hiphop and hiphop feminism with these classic films.
To love something is to critique it.
The first ever HipHop Feminism Film Festival is coming to The Hiphop Archive and Research Institute, Monday March 23rd.
Nuyorican urban feminist Hiphop artist, Princess Nokia, comes to Harvard with her female punk energy, spiritual mysticism, and enigmatic musicality.
OSHUN is the greatest duo you probabaly haven't heard of yet.
This Women's History Month, we may ask how Minaj's question goes to the heart - or, perhaps, breaks the heart - of our ongoing conversation about gender and sexual politics in Hip Hop Culture.
Women's History month is the perfect time to reflect on the fact that many women unapologetically support both Hiphop and feminism. When I teach college courses on language use and identity, I ask all of my students to write the words they hear and use to describe women in their communities and on their campus.
Say My Name (2009) is a documentary that excavates many of the lost voices of women in Hiphop. Directed by Nirit Peled and produced by the production company Mamamess, the film presents a broad look of past, present and future female MCs of Hiphop music in the United States and London.
As hip-hop is expanding its paradigm for what is normative and authentic, women should be encouraged to create their own niches and define their music and their images outside of the archetypes that have traditionally been placed before them.