Hip Hop Through the Generations: A Panel Discussion @ FMC

On July 21 from 2-4pm, the Fullerton Museum Center will present “Hip Hop Through the Generations: a Panel Discussion” with Jessica Ayo Alabi, Ph.D. This is in conjunction with the current exhibit at the FMC, “Custom Beats: The Art of Hip Hop” which is on display though August 4.

Dr. Alabi, Professor of Sociology and Gender Studies, is one of the few scholars conducting empirical research on Hip-Hop culture and its impact on urban youth. She is the founder and director of the Hip-Hop University, a grassroots community, researchbased organization which seeks to empower urban youth through history, culture, and community. $12/General. $10/Museum members.


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  1. Panel starts up at 1:30pm. It was moved up so folks have time to check out exhibit after. See Sunday! Thanks for sharing!

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