A small billboard stood at the foot of Humanities Instructional Building 100 and was decorated with colors as varied as the hip-hop culture itself. It proclaimed, “Knowledge is Power” and attracted attendees to the normally stale and scholarly atmosphere of the lecture hall. Positioned just a few feet to the right of the oversized ad was the doorway to an event outside the boundaries of traditional academia
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