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14 He sees modern day rap music as finding its immediate roots in the toasting and dub talk over elements of reggae music. He tells the story of a 1970s era Jamaican DJ known as Kool Herc and how his move from Kingston, Jamaica to the Westside of the Bronx was one of the key factors in the blending of Jamaican dub talk and the break beats in the New York sound. Davey D Underground Railroad and Underground Rap 37 describes how Herc attempted to incorporate his Jamaican style of DJing, which involved reciting improvised rhymes over the dub versions of his reggae records.
From Haiti to Sierra Leone and from Jerusalem to Tokyo, Hip Hop is working as a mode of expression for people all around the world. The story of the creation of Hip Hop is told in many ways by many different people. 15 Still, others that do not cite any one individual, yet rather consider the contextual or structural source, such as when the culture 38 Black Theology as Mass Movement emerged after music programs in New York City public schools were being cut. Hip Hop creations narratives abound yet they all point to one consistent truth—the deep need for and the powerful efforts toward expression.
There were White abolitionists (very often people of deep faith) who hid individuals in their homes. And there were other trusted allies who were not necessarily working on the railroad who helped along the way to freedom. It is important for Black theologians to partner not only with theologians from other subfields but also with scholars of various academic fields outside of theology. Furthermore, our partnerships should not only be in the academy, but they also should extend to all fronts that are working for spiritual and societal liberation.
Black Theology as Mass Movement by Charles Lattimore Howard (auth.)