Hard Knock Radio

Hard Knock Radio – October 7, 2005

Part two of an interview wit David Johnson, state president of Mississippi’s NAACP chapter, and the efforts being taken to hold the government accountable for the handling of the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. Native American hip hop group War Club and the grassroots organization that is a movement to collectively assemble Native youth under a common cause. “Quality of Life” director Benjamin Morgan on his film about the underground world of graffiti, which is a hybrid of art and sport, in San Francisco.

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