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Youth Culture: Uniting Nations Through Hip-Hop

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Huffington Post
Commentary by Marlene Morris Towns: From anti-American riots to United States product boycotts, depictions of today's international youth can often show discontentment with American culture, business and policies. While this segment may protest in the streets, they will still pay homage and respect to early hip-hop pioneers reigning from New York City. For decades, hip-hop has broken down political barriers and tension with international countries.