What Humanism Might Learn from Hip Hop

Anthony B. Pinn

We humanists have made our presence felt. Often our rhetoric is self-assured. Vividly displayed is our willingness to confront the theism-bias embedded in the workings of the United States. Despite all this, humanist activities still appear entrenched in an apologetic mode—a significant expenditure of resources meant to say, “We are here, and by the way, …

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