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Where were you when you first heard the hip hop duo Outkast? Dr. Regina Bradley wants to know.

Dr. Bradley is an author and educator who has chronicled the importance of hip hop’s cultural influence, particularly in the American South.

Broadway in Tucson
Arizona Spotlight

February 10, 2022

This episode is supported by the Broadway in Tucson.
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Featured on the February 10, 2022 edition of ARIZONA SPOTLIGHT with host Mark McLemore:

  • Where were you when you first heard the hip hop duo Outkast? Find out why the answer is important to Dr. Regina N. Bradley, an author and educator who has chronicled the importance of hip hop’s cultural influence, particularly in the American South. Adiba Nelson talks with Dr. Bradley in advance of her presentation at the UA Poetry Center, presented by the University of Arizona College of Humanities.
regina bradley unsized Dr. Regina Bradley, assistant professor of English and African Diaspora studies at Kennesaw State University.

Dr. Regina Bradley, assistant professor of English and African Diaspora studies at Kennesaw State University, will talk about her forthcoming book, Sitting on Zora's Porch: Notes from a Black Girl in the Hip Hop South on Tuesday, February 15 at 6:00pm at the UA Poetry Center, presented by the UA College of Humanities, and will be available via live stream.

"The Mountaintop Ain't Flat" / Regina Bradley / TEDx Savannah

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