Week Two: Discussion #1

Discussion created by teachontario.team on Jan 26, 2018
Latest reply on Feb 24, 2018 by toniduval

Vilson focuses on building relationships in this section of the book. “We can’t blame hip-hop for social inequity, war, infant mortality rates, the rising cost of attending university, racism, or high incarceration and unemployment rates.” (96) Matthew R. Morris states “Hip hop culture is viewed as the opposite of implicit school culture” in his TedTalk. As educators, how can we change the system from within?