The New H.N.I.C. (Head Niggas in Charge): The Death of Civil Rights and the Reign of Hip Hop

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Selected Bibliography

Aubrey, Erin. “Back Is Beautiful: Does the Public's Embrace of Jennifer Lopez's Abundant Butt Signal a Cultural Revolution or Simply the Triumph of Watered Down Multiculturalism?” Salon.com. July 15, 1998.

Boyd, Todd. “A Nod to Cool or a New Blaxploitation.” Los Angeles Times. August 8, 1998. pp. 2, 17.

———. Am I Black Enough for You? Popular Culture from the 'Hood and Beyond. Indiana University Press. 1997.

Boyd, Todd (ed., with Kenneth Shropshire). Basketball Jones: America above the Rim. NYU Press. 2000.

Curl, Joseph. “Clinton Calls Terror a U.S. Debt to Past.” Washington Times. November 8, 2001.

Dyson, Michael Eric. Holler If You Hear Me: In Search of Tupac Shakur. Basic Books. 2001.

———. I May Not Get There with You: The True Martin Luther King Jr. Free Press. 2000.

Etine, Jon. Taboo: Why Black Athletes Dominate Sports and Why We're Afraid to Talk about It. Public Affairs Press. 2000.

George, Nelson. Hip Hop America. Viking Press. 1998.

Hirschberg, Lynn. “How Black Comedy Got the Last Laugh.” New York Times Magazine. September 3, 2000. p. 34.

Hoberman, John. Darwin's Athletes: How Sport Has Damaged Black America and Preserved the Myth of Race. Houghton Mifflin. 1997.

Jonnes, Jill. Hep Cats, Narcs, and Pipe Dreams: A History of America's Romance with Illegal Drugs. Johns Hopkins University Press. 1999.

MacAdams, Lewis. Birth of the Cool: Beat, Be Bop, and the American Avant Garde. Free Press. 2001.

Mailer, Norman. Advertisements for Myself. Harvard University Press. 1992.

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