“We Ain’t Missing”: Palestinian Hip Hop—A Transnational Youth Movement

  title={“We Ain’t Missing”: Palestinian Hip Hop—A Transnational Youth Movement},
  author={Sunaina Marr Maira},
  journal={CR: The New Centennial Review},
  pages={161 - 192}
  • S. Maira
  • Published 4 December 2008
  • Sociology
  • CR: The New Centennial Review

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