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Justify My Thug

Author: Wahida Clark

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN:

Category: Fiction

Page: 352

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Tasha and Trae try to overcome their troubles and make their marriage work. Meanwhile, Jaz is facing drama of her own. In the torrid world of sex, drugs, and crime, author Clark continues her definitive hip-hop soap opera that fans have come to love.

Danger Mouse's The Grey Album

Author: Charles Fairchild

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing USA

ISBN:

Category: Music

Page: 160

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This book marks the tenth anniversary of The Grey Album. The online release and circulation of what Danger Mouse called his 'art project' was an unexpected watershed in the turn-of-the-century brawls over digital creative practice. The album's suppression inspired widespread digital civil disobedience and brought a series of contests and conflicts over creative autonomy in the online world to mainstream awareness. The Grey Album highlighted, by its very form, the profound changes wrought by the new technology and represented the struggle over the tectonic shifts in the production, distribution and consumption of music. But this is not why it matters. The Grey Album matters because it is more than just a clever, if legally ambiguous, amalgam. It is an important and compelling case study about the status of the album as a cultural form in an era when the album appears to be losing its coherence and power. Perhaps most importantly, The Grey Album matters because it changes how we think about the traditions of musical practice of which it is a part. Danger Mouse created a broad, inventive commentary on forms of musical creativity that have defined all kinds of music for centuries: borrowing, appropriation, homage, derivation, allusion and quotation. The struggle over this album wasn't just about who gets to use new technology and how. The battle over The Grey Album struck at the heart of the very legitimacy of a long recognised and valued form of musical expression: the interpretation of the work of one artist by another.

The Readers' Advisory Guide to Street Literature

Author: Vanessa Irvin Morris

Publisher: American Library Association

ISBN:

Category: Education

Page: 138

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Provides information about the genre of urban fiction, including its appeal to readers, its characteristics and structural elements, its history, and readers' advisory and collection development strategies for librarians.

Sincerely, The Boss

Author: Wahida Clark

Publisher: WAHIDA CLARK PRESENTS

ISBN:

Category: Fiction

Page: 334

View: 361

Torn between steamy, passionate nights between the sheets and the truths she doesn't want to face, Margo Harris unravels mysteries from her past as she forms ties with a dangerous group of people. Determined to rebuild the fragments of her previous life, she clings to the sexy and magnetic Salvatore Mazzillo for comfort he can't truly provide, finding herself deeper and deeper in a world she can't escape. A breathtakingly sensual and suspenseful ride that will have you questioning what real love means and have you wondering if those around you are who they say they are.

Shit, Just Got Real!

Author: Tasha Macklin

Publisher: WAHIDA CLARK PRESENTS

ISBN:

Category: Fiction

Page: 26

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Shit, Just Got Real! Is the 3rd Installment of the series of LETTERS stemmed from the drama between the Macklin’s and Kyron Santos. In Shit, Just Got Real!, Tasha receives an unexpected letter from Kyron and gets so angry that her pride does not allow her to simply toss it but instead for her, Shit, Just Got Real!

Let's Get Free

A Hip-Hop Theory of Justice

Author: Paul Butler

Publisher: The New Press

ISBN:

Category: Law

Page: 224

View: 105

Drawing on his personal fascinating story as a prosecutor, a defendant, and an observer of the legal process, Paul Butler offers a sharp and engaging critique of our criminal justice system. He argues against discriminatory drug laws and excessive police power and shows how our policy of mass incarceration erodes communities and perpetuates crime. Controversially, he supports jury nullification—or voting “not guilty” out of principle—as a way for everyday people to take a stand against unfair laws, and he joins with the “Stop Snitching” movement, arguing that the reliance on informants leads to shoddy police work and distrust within communities. Butler offers instead a “hip hop theory of justice,” parsing the messages about crime and punishment found in urban music and culture. Butler’s argument is powerful, edgy, and incisive.

Honor Thy Thug

Author: Wahida Clark

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN:

Category: Fiction

Page: 368

View: 812

Four friends try to salvage their shattered relationship in the wake of murder, betrayal, and the machinations of a sophisticated and deadly Chinese crime organization.

2004 Stanford Law Review Symposium

punishment and its purposes

Author: Stanford University. School of Law

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Law

Page: 364

View: 492

Thug Matrimony

Author: Wahida Clark

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Fiction

Page: 417

View: 695

Angel, Jaz, Tasha, and Kyra are four girlfriends pulling themselves out of the ghetto--and trying to bring their hearts up to higher ground with them. But when an unwanted guest crashes Angel's wedding, all the rage and bloodlust from the Uhood comes bustin' out.

Thugs and the Women who Love Them

Author: Wahida Clark

Publisher: Black Print Pub

ISBN:

Category: Fiction

Page: 230

View: 357

Clark takes the reader through the stories of three ambitious, educated women who aspire to escape the ghetto and follow their hopes and dreams. None of the friends can resist their attraction to their thug boyfriends, which threatens to hold them back from their dreams.

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