Politics, Media, Social Issues

Words at the historic NorthSide Hip Hop exhibit launch party at Toronto Free Gallery lecture featuring K4ce and D. Higgins breaking down the Hip Hop history, with shout outs to local legendary Hip Hop community icons.

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RECOMMENDED READING: ‘Hip Hop World: A Groundwork Guide by Dalton Higgins (2009)’

Quote “Hip hop have never had any rules or any official global governing body (the Zulu Nation acts more as an international hip hop awareness body, and its influence has diminished greatly over time.) The mere idea of any state government, regardless of political ideology (socialism, capitalism, communism), supporting an outlaw music and culture invented to speak out against oppression in all its forms in oxymoronic at the least, contradictoy at the best. But then again, ex-Cuban president Fidel Castro (and his brother Raul, who took over in 2006) has always marched to his own beat, is views flying in the face of the West.” (pg. 107, Hip Hop World)
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DECLASSIFIED: CIA Infiltrated Cuban Hip Hop Industry to Spark Social Change and Revolution in Cuba

Declassified: CIA Infiltrated Hip Hop Industry to Spark Social Change and Revolution in Cuba. *SUBSCRIBE* for more great videos! Click “Like” “Favorite” and sound off in the comments.

Mark Dice is a media analyst, author, and political activist who, in an entertaining and educational way, gets people to question our celebrity obsessed culture and the role the mainstream media and elite secret societies play in shaping our lives.

Mark’s YouTube channel has received over 95 million views and his viral videos have been mentioned the Fox News Channel, CNN, the Drudge Report, TMZ, the New York Daily News, the Washington Times, and other media outlets around the world.

He has been featured on the History Channel’s Decoded and America’s Book of Secrets, Conspiracy Theory with Jesse Ventura, Secret Societies of Hollywood on E! Channel, America Declassified on the Travel Channel, and is a frequent guest on Coast to Coast AM, The Alex Jones Show, and more.

Mark Dice is the author of several popular books on secret societies and conspiracies, including The Illuminati: Facts & Fiction, Big Brother: The Orwellian Nightmare Come True, The New World Order, Facts & Fiction, Inside the Illuminati, The Resistance Manifesto, and Illuminati in the Music Industry, which are all available in paperback on Amazon.com or e-book on Kindle, iBooks, Nook or Google Play.

While much of Mark’s work confirms the existence and continued operation of the Illuminati today, he is also dedicated to debunking conspiracy theories and hoaxes and separating the facts from the fiction; hence the “Facts & Fiction” subtitle for several of his books. He has a bachelor’s degree in communication from California State University.

He enjoys causing trouble for the New World Order, exposing corrupt scumbag politicians, and pointing out Big Brother’s prying eyes. The term “fighting the New World Order” is used by Mark to describe some of his activities, and refers to his and others’ resistance and opposition (The Resistance) to the overall system of political corruption, illegal wars, elite secret societies, mainstream media, Big Brother and privacy issues; as well as various economic and social issues. This Resistance involves self-improvement, self-sufficiency, personal responsibility and spiritual growth.

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Buena Vista Social Club

Info Español: http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Buena_Vista_Social_Club
Info English: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Buena_Vista_Social_Club
ITunes: https://itunes.apple.com/es/artist/buena-vista-social-club/id5620149

00:00 Chan Chan – 04:16 De camino a la vereda – 09:19 El cuarto de tula – 16:49 Pueblo nuevo – 22:55 Dos gardenias – 26:01 Y tú qué has hecho – 29:17 Veinte años – 32:50 El carretero – 36:21 Candela – 41:50 Amor de loca juventud – 45:14 Orgullecida – 48:33 Murmullo – 52:25 Buena Vista Social Club – 57:19 La bayamesa

Cuba, 1959: From Political to Social Revolution

Linked to the CLACS Interdisciplinary Seminar titled Cuba: History Culture Revolution, this speakers series by the same title presents new work on Cuban history, literature and culture from scholars in the United States, Cuba, and Spain. Samuel Farber is Professor Emeritus of Political Science at Brooklyn College. Event filmed 11/9/09.
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Cuba has a long and rich heritage in the arts, but during the last two decades, the visual arts have become a cultural phenomenon. In this week””””s FRONTLINE/World Rough Cut, filmmaker Natasha Del Toro travels to Cuba to meet two of its most acclaimed artists and find out why art is at the center of Cuban society
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