Harvard Hiphop Archive
I Am Hip Hop: The Chicago Hip Hop Documentary is about street music. It's about the underground, where hoop dreams are formed and the hardest MCs come to wage verbal warfare. This fiml is about the rappers that live, breathe, sleep and eat hip hop, who have a one in a million shot and know it. This is their story.
Freestyle: The Art of Rhyle explosively documents the world of imporvisational hip hop, providing an authentic look into the life, music and history of this underground culture. Packed with rare and archival footage of some of the most amazing hip hop MC's ever to bless the mic!
Ethnic Notions is the award-winning documentary which takes viewers on a disturbing voyage through American history, tracing for the first time the evolution of the deeply rooted stereotypes which have fueled anti-black prejudice. Narration by Ester Rolle and commentary by respected scholars shed light on the origins and devastating consequences of this 150-year-long parade of bigotry.
5 students rap about the importance of individuality, and use their cars to illustrate their differences.
The double disc — the second compact disc was included as a "Bonus" — features collaborations between renowned jazz performers and contemporary hip hop artists; it was also one of the first such efforts to examine the impact of AIDS within the African American community.
Music Video: Souls of Mischief performing "93 'til Infinity"
An African American officer investigates a murder in a racially charged situation in World War II.
Event put on by Compton College Afrikan Student Union with two sets of presentations on Ebonics, its importance to the African American Community, and its effect on educational policy, each being followed by a panel discussion with the presenters. First half is largely inaudible due to poor sound quality of the recording.
Hosted by Dee Barnes of Fox TV's ''Pump It Up'', with acts ranging from established artists like Queen LaTifah, Salt-N-Pepa and MC Lyte to newcomers like Tam Tam.