Arts Everywhere: Episode Twenty-Four

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Words, Rhythm, and Social Change

When the beat of hip-hop converge with the power of literature, transformation beckons.  Khodi  Dill, is an educator and author whose narrative speaks volumes about the role of the arts in societal change.

For those who find solace in rhythm and rhyme, this conversation about the underestimated value of hip-hop in the classroom is an eye-opener.  Khodi Challenges the status quo, advocating for a space where hip-hop is celebrated for its historical roots in activism and its potential to cultivate empathy within our youth. By embracing this dynamic genre as a literary form.

Relevant Links:

Khodi’s website:
Tonight Its Poetry:
Write Outloud:
Dr. Verna St. Denis: