Hip-Hop in Times of Pandemic and Protest is a series of four Wednesday evening events in March, 2021 that explore the impacts, challenges, and possibilities of the current moment in Hip-Hop.  Focusing on issues of representation, politics, performance, and pedagogy, these events are a collaboration with Kalonji Nzinga, Director of the Race and Popular Culture Laboratory (RAPLab) and have been funded by the generous support of a Roser Grant and the cooperation of CU Boulder’s Center for Native American and Indigenous Studies (CNAIS) and the Department of Theatre and Dance.  In collaboration with this series, the Latin American Studies Center and the Musicology Graduate Students Association sponsored and will host a presentation and talkback on Indigenous Hip Hop on Thursday, March 4.  

All events are online, free, and open to the public. For information and details about each of the events and for their individual Zoom event links, please click on the links below (hover over the event title).  We hope you can join us.