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Join us for a screening of the documentary "Slavery by Another Name" followed by a discussion.
Friday, January 15 | 5:30 p.m.
Health North, Room 110 (HLTHN 110)
550 N. 3rd Street | ASU Downtown Phoenix Campus
Presented by Ian Moulton
Professor of English and Cultural History in the College of Letters & Sciences, ASU
This talk explores Shakespeare’s representation of family dynamics—especially the relation of parents and children. Many of Shakespeare’s most famous plays, focus on the fraught relationship between parents and their children.
Jeff Chang, author of the seminal "Can’t Stop Won’t Stop: A History of the Hip Hop Generation," used hip-hop culture in his examination of America’s social and political history, and shows how hip-hop came to crystallize a generation's worldview, defined the lives of millions and changed the view of race in popular culture. Join Jeff Chang for an in-depth conversation with Asian Pacific American Studies faculty Drs. Joanne L. Rondilla & Rudy Guevarra Jr. about the "hip hop generation."
In the United States, two major institutions guide youth on the journey to adulthood: school and prison.