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Scapegoating rap hits new low after July Fourth mass shooting

By A.D. Carson, Assistant Professor of Hip-Hop, University of Virginia
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Since rap music emerged in mainstream culture in the late 1980s, politicians have derided its lyrics and imagery as violent. Over the years, rap has become an easy target to blame for violence.The Conversation

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