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Hip-Hop, Mi Desahogo

Hip-Hop is often associated with drugs and violence and therefore seen by many as a way into prison, but Alma Negra, DJ Roky and New York, three inmates at Distrital prison in Bogota, Colombia, demonstrate the opposite. For two hours a day they are allowed to leave the courtyard to write and practice their music. Rap enables them to protest and share their experiences in life.

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Can rap be a way out of prison?
prison hip-hop rap poverty inequality

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Copyright © 2013 Simon Rasing

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