Thursday, February 9, 2023 10am to 3pm
About this Event
1330 Miller Dr, Coral Gables, FL 33146https://oae.miami.edu/about-us/oae-events/black-history-mobile-museum/index.html
Exhibit On Display: 10am - 3pm
Presentation: 12pm-1pm with a reception to follow
Hip Hop at 50 is the newest exhibit from the archive of the Black History 101 Mobile
Museum. The artifacts reflect a broad spectrum of cultural and historical material
spanning over five decades of hip hop culture with additional material from Africa, the
trans-Atlantic slave trade, Jim Crow, Civil Rights Movement and Black Arts
Movement. Hip Hop at 50 provides a unique opportunity to experience the depth and
breathe of hip hop culture through rare primary source material showing a wide variety
of ways hip hop has made an impact on popular culture. Included in the exhibit is
over 150 original artifacts such as albums, cassettes, CD’s, autographs, concert
flyers, magazines, press photos, and other ephemera grounding hip hop culture as one
of the most impactful cultural movements in recent history.
Please Register on the Office of Academic Enhancement website if you plan to attend the presentation and reception.
To learn more about the Black History 101 Mobile Museum, visit Dr. Khalid el-Hakim's website.
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