Krip Hop Nation


 

Krip Hop

Krip Hop is a project featuring people with disabilities inside and outside the music industry, locally and globally.

 

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From Wrongful Incarceration To Gospel Hip-Hop Michael Manning Looks Back & Forward!

1) Leroy Moore (LM) What is your life has been since your release 
 
 

Racially/Disabled Profiled in Ottawa, Canada

Leroy Moore interviewed Sulekha Ali, who is speaking out after her autistic brother was profiled by police. The transcript is below.

When a Mother and her Autistic Sun are Evicted

When a mother and her autistic son are evicted, where are they supposed to turn? For Bessie Taylor of Monterey County, every option has come up short. Now, she’s worried about what comes next.

More Than Hip-Hop, Father & Son in All I Wanna Do, The Film

Krip-Hop Nation (KHN):  As a disabled activist/artist & founder of Krip-Hop Nation, I am totally interested in your 2011 documentary, All I Wanna Do, but first talk about your background as a film maker. 

DJ Kuttin Kandi Spins Some Real Shit

Krip-Hop Nation (KHN) – So glad to finally getting a chance to interview you.  You had a health scare some time ago.  How are you feeling now?

Listen to The Conversation with Roosevelt Mitchell then Read My Review of His Book, Diary of a Disability Scholar

Guess where I met the author of Diary of a Disability Scholar Roosevelt Mitchell? Yes, on Facebook, but this was after I ran across Mitchell’s Kickstarter page for his book. I was excited about his book, being Black & disabled & putting out a book, got me stoke to get it. As I read & listened to the video on Mitchell’s Kickstarter page, I had questions from the start like the write up about Mitchell of him being the first person to write a sociological introspective viewpoint.

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