So, is anyone else annoyed and pissed off that mainstream meda continues to represent our beautiful black brothers as incapable of contributing to society? Is anyone else getting irritated with the constant representations of ‘green’, ‘eco-conscious’, and vegan as NOT black men? Anyone highly skeptical about all the ‘facts’ that point to how ‘pathetic’ black and brown men are when it comes to being ‘leaders’ for alternative food and health? Me too. Above, performing on Oct 13
This is the sequel to “studying racialization in vegans cultural studies” (go here if you haven’t seen that yet because it will help you understand what I mean by ‘racialized’ and ‘racialization’ http://wp.me/pzDsy-kC ) This video below is an update of my dissertation work, my funding campaign to get my PhD, and my friend DJ Cavem’s new vegan and green hip hop CD “Teacher’s Lounge” and video “Wheatgrass” and and Books: Martinot, Steve. The Machinery of Whiteness : Studies in
Like ecosustainable vegan hip hop? Check out the amazing new album by young Denver brotha, DJ CaveM. My favorite song is Wheatgrass. He is amazing people! Wish there were more young brotha hip hop artist role models like him: http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/cavemmoetavation. Click on the image to buy. Album Notes Who is DJ Cavem Moetavation? Ietef Vita is DJ Cavem Moetavation. He is an internationally known Hip-Hop Artist, Environmental Advocate, Youth Advocate and political genius.
Check out the interview with Kevin Tillman, founder of the Vegan Hip Hop Movement: Here is an excerpt from the interview: What is hip-hop doing for veganism?
Hip Hop like any other form of artistic expression is reaching more audiences that may not have had the access to certain information. Whether that be about the exploitation of chickens (S.K.I.P.’s “Chicken Little) or the exploitation of consumers and producers of fast food (Promoe’s “Fast Food World”).
What can hip-hop