Last week, a news staff reporter from The Buffalo Newswrote a Viewpoints Editorial about the use of " the N-word” in different situations across Buffalo. The viewpoints ranged from 69-year-old Mary Hardy, who first experienced the word in malicious manner in the Deep South, to Edreys Wajed, an up-and-coming Buffalo rapper and school teacher who refuses to use the word, and Felicia Scarfone, a white hip-hop dancer from Niagara Falls who claims to use the word in a respectful manner despite concerns from her parents.
It’s been a heavy summer for hip-hop this year, and judging from the amount of music and news our favorite artists are releasing, there are no signs of it getting any cooler. Between work, school, family and life, we don’t all always have the time to find all the latest info, so WBLK.com is bringing it right to you!
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