Beats, Rhymes, Empowerment: Youth raise their voice through hip-hop theatre

Hip hop has a long history of healing emotional cuts and bruises. In the latest issue of Megaphone we look at how urbanink, an indigneous hip hop production company, helps marginalized and at-risk youth respond to injustices in their lives by using their anger and energy to attack with words, not weapons.

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Also in this issue: A fellow activist remembers Bud Osborn, the Downtown Eastside’s poet laureate, the BCNDP re-introduce a poverty reduction plan bill; United We Can exits the ‘hood; RCMP release numbers on missing and murdered indigenous women; Megaphone vendor Ron McGrath has faith in his fellow Canadians’ ability to solve homelessness; and much more!

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