Harvard Hiphop Archive
1994/1995 DMC World DJ Mixing Finals, 1994 USA Finals, 1991 World Eliminations.
1) Daniel Mondello & MC Tomasello (Italy)
2. LF. Pee (France)
3. DJ Smartie (Greece)
4. DJ Fresh Jay (Croatia)
5. Kofi (UK)
6. DK Kid (Philippines)
7. DJ Noise (Denmark)
8. RocRaider (US)
9. 93/94 Runner Up Crazy B. & Alliance Etnick (France)
BET Special on Hip Hop with Public Enemy including topics on media depictions and the MLK movement in Arizona.
House of Pain "Jump Around" music video, followed by a Ricki Lake episode featuring a black woman and her son who disrespects women. Then there's an episode of Def Comedy Jam hosted by Martin Lawrence, followed by an interview with Madonna, and the House of Carven French fashion show.
A freestyle rap by four girls on the UCLA women's lacrosse team. An episode of SNL featuring Mike Myers as guest star.
Analyzes the evolution of television's earlier, unflattering portrayal of blacks from 1948 until 1988, when they are depicted as prosperous and as having achieved the American dream, a portrayal that is inconsistent with reality.
The music video "Pistol Grip Pump" by rap group Volume 10.
An episode of Hidden Empire. Paul Bogle (ca. 1820 - 1865) was a Jamaican Baptist deacon and is a National Hero of Jamaica. He was a leader of the 1865 Morant Bay Protests, which agitated for justice and fair treatment for all in Jamaica. Leading the Morant Bay rebellion, he was captured and hanged on October 24,1865 in the Morant Bay Court House and executed by the United Kingdom authorities.
Young elementary school students play with board games and toys
A documentary of young black students in Roxbury and Jamaica Plain. Youth tell their life stories and discuss sex, prostitution on the street (young girls, between the ages of about 10 and 20 discuss this), home life. "Dad's Back". Students re-enact scenes from their life in a safe environment, and then comment about the situation that affects their communities.
Short clips from movie featuring Kid 'n Play. Scenes include introductory opening, Blade attempting to teach Duncan about street slang, and Duncan pretending to be Blade on a date.