p. 74 Beastie Boys Hip Hop's infant terribles grow grey.
p. 82 Saul Williams On the politics of rap and the rap of politics.
p. 84 Moby He doesn't sing to save whales. But he doesn't eat them either.
p. 86 Paul Van Dyk This little communist kid DJs for democracy.
Acts of Faith
Tech- Articificial Intelligence
The War Agaisnt Boys
Keeping Lincoln's Secrets
Does Civilization Cause Athsma?
The Girl, Seeming to Disappear
Renaissance 2000: Rebirth of Compton College
Census 2000: Rep. Juanita Millender-McDonald
Our Authors Study Club: Black History Advocate
Democratic National Convention: Town Hall Meeting
Primary Elections: Judge Kevin Ross
Domestic Abuse: An American Tragedy
7th Annual Living History Makers Tribute
The Honorable Mervyn Dymally
Kate Moss-The Real Skinny
South Africa-The RIght Wing's Plan For a Race War
1969- Manson vs. Woodstock By Mike Rubin
Plus: Rodeo Groupies, Blur, John Mellencamp, One-Night Stand, Margaret Cho, Ricki Lake, Sandra Bernhard, Fall Fashion
Comment Requiem: Betty Shabazz's legacy, and Malcolm's by H.L.G. and H.H.
Going On About Town
The Talk of the Town: A Clare Boothe Luce makeover; the eighties'eternal return; etc.
The Hip Hop Coloring Book is an interactive activity book that strengthens the user's creativity while taking them on a journey through Hip Hop history.