April 9th. Discussing the ways today's youth culture complicates religious culture at home & abroad—with Eddie Glaude, Ebony Utley, Pastor Conrad Tillard & Hamza Perez. Moderated by Rahiel Tesfamariam. NYU. Grand Hall, 5th floor. 7:00 pm
Joan Morgan is the author of the bestselling When Chickenheads Come Home to Roost: My Life as a Hip-Hop Feminist. Since she published the book in 1998, Morgan has been a widely sought after lecturer and commentator on hip-hop and feminism. An award-winning journalist, a provocative cultural critic and a self-confessed hip-hop junkie, she began her professional writing career freelancing for The Village Voice before having her work published by Vibe, Madison, Interview, MS, More, Spin, and numerous others. Formerly the Executive Editor of Essence, her work appears in numerous college texts, as well as books on feminism, music and African-American culture.