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Ed Piskor at Chicago Ideas Week
Written by Jen Vaughn | Filed under Things to seeeventsEd Piskor 2 Oct 2013 12:20 PM

Chicago Idears

Coming up this October, Ed Piskor will be speaking at the Chicago Ideas Week on the panel called Hip-Hop: Movement Beyond the Music. This panel is on Saturday, October 19th from 4-5:30pm.

What began at a house party in the Bronx has swelled into an international cultural movement influencing our music, fashion, advertising and collective identity. Forty years after the birth of hip-hop, industry voices gather around the mic to deconstruct how it impacts us all- whether you know it or not.  

Ed will gather around the mic with Reggie Osse (Combat Jack Show), Mark Anthony Neal (Duke University), Tricia Rose (Center for the Study of Race and Ethnicity in America), hip hop artist Brother Ali, and dance group FootworKINGz! This panel is not to be missed! Get yourself pumped by checking out a preview of Ed's book, Hip Hop Family Tree.

Tickets are $15, available on the website and well worth it.  

Hip Hop Family Tree

And I'm just gotta throw in this video from FootworKINGz back when they were on America's Best Dance Crew (which more than a few Fanta employees like to watch...). If you can get through Mario Lopez, it's worth it because they show off a few Chicago-centric dance styles before the big number (how did they not get further in the competition?).

 

Hip Hop: Movement Beyond the Music at Chicago Ideas Week
Cadillac Palace Theatre
151 W Randolph St
Chicago, IL 60601