Bomb the Suburbs

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Soft Skull Press, Feb 1, 2001 - Education - 174 pages
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Through stories, cartoons, interviews, disses, parodies and original research, Bomb the Suburbs challenges the suburban mind-set wherever it is found, in suburbs and corporate headquarters, but also in cities, housing projects and hip-hop itself, debating key questions within the urban black community. Aimed at hip-hop insiders and outsiders alike to elevate hip-hop, pop culture and ourselves to a higher standard of art, ethics, intellect, strategy, adventure and honesty, this humorous, incisive treatise from the author of No More Prisons. With b/w illustrations throughout.

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