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prime: “Hamilton” inspires expression through spoken word

By Dean Hughes

Nov. 29, 2017 6:58 p.m.

Jabril Muhammad, a fourth-year sociology student, shares his spoken word reflection on race and African-American mortality in America. He was inspired by the musical theater production “Hamilton” and its use of rap music.

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Dean Hughes
Hughes is a news/opinion producer for Video. He was previously a contributor for Video.
Hughes is a news/opinion producer for Video. He was previously a contributor for Video.
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