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Tuesday May 24th

Gabriel Morrison


'Considering the hip-hop South': Professors bring Southern hip-hop festival to Chapel Hill

Starting April 22, the festival will include two nights of live music at several venues including Cat’s Cradle. In addition, there will be a virtual lecture on sneaker culture, an exhibition of hip-hop scholarship and a public mural. “When you think about chronicling the South, I don’t think you can do that without considering the hip-hop South,” Christopher Massenburg (also known as Dasan Ahanu), an adjunct professor at UNC and one of the festival co-curators, said.

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Chapel Hill historian receives grant to research oral history of local Black community

In mid-March, Danita Mason-Hogans was selected by the Oral History Association to receive a $60,000 federal grant to study oral histories of local Black community members. The seventh-generation Chapel Hill native will use the funds for her project, “The Invisible Town: A Critical Oral History of Chapel Hill and the University of North Carolina." 

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