New Terms of Resistance: A Response to Zenzele Isoke

@article{Bailey2013NewTO,
  title={New Terms of Resistance: A Response to Zenzele Isoke},
  author={Moya Bailey},
  journal={Souls},
  year={2013},
  volume={15},
  pages={341 - 343}
}
This article is interested in teasing out the process by which certain elements of hip hop are selected and others rejected. Here, new terms are surfaced to help broaden the current toolbox in order to resist gender oppression. 
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