Tupac’s Law: Incarceration, T.H.U.G.L.I.F.E., and the Crisis of Black Masculinity

@article{Vaught2014TupacsLI,
  title={Tupac’s Law: Incarceration, T.H.U.G.L.I.F.E., and the Crisis of Black Masculinity},
  author={S. Vaught},
  journal={Spectrum: A Journal on Black Men},
  year={2014},
  volume={2},
  pages={115 - 87}
}
  • S. Vaught
  • Published 2014
  • Psychology
  • Spectrum: A Journal on Black Men
  • This article discusses Tupac Shakur’s relationship with policy debates in the 1990s using an interdisciplinary approach to examine historical, musical, archival, and policy sources. Key episodes in his life, especially his incarceration at the Clinton Correctional Facility in New York from 1995 to 1996, illustrate numerous challenges Black men of the hip-hop generation encountered, such as incarceration, targeted enforcement, and police corruption. Shakur’s contributions to the study of Black… CONTINUE READING
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