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A Conversation with Daudi Abe

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Daudi Abe is a Seattle-based professor, writer, and historian who has taught and written about culture, race, gender, education, communication, hip-hop, and sports for over 20 years. His latest book is Emerald Street: A History of Hip Hop in Seattle. Abe is one of this year’s speakers at the Hagan Center for the Humanities at Spokane Community College for their series: Diversity Dialogues: Conversations About Race and Equity.