Happy New Year! Everyone here on the Rap and Religion publicity team (i.e. Ebony Utley) would like to personally thank you for visiting the site and supporting Rap and Religion throughout 2012.
Posts By: Dr. Utley
According to Anthony Pinn, God has outlived God’s usefulness. Imagine a forced retirement party. The CEO of the universe has made a few missteps—misrepresented his enterprise, mismanaged his employees.
If you were worried that Django Unchained is a typical white man saves black boy buddy flick or that it over-sensationalizes slavery or that it otherwise sets back the race, worry no more. Django does none of those things. Now, if you were worried that Django Unchained would be filled with gratuitous violence, masculine bravado,… Read more »
Thank you to everyone who supported Rap and Religion on tour at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles, the University of South Florida in Tampa, the National Communication Association in Orlando, North Park University in Chicago, as well as the Indiana State Federation of Colored Women and Old Soul Entertainment in Indianapolis. My first tour was a… Read more »
Please join the Rap and Religion tour during it’s two stops in my hometown Indianapolis, Indiana. It’s going down in Naptown the weekend after Thanksgiving.
Rap and Religion goes on the road for the five official tour dates. Follow Ebony Utley on Twitter @u_experience for up to the minute details.
Read my interview with The Hip Hop Scholar. The Hip Hop Scholar’s misssion is to “bring back that sense of intellectual discovery so many of us have in our collective memory of Hiphop culture.”
LifeByMe.com describes Ebony Utley as a knowledge seeker, perspective shifter, and obsessive googler. Read about how and why I became a critic. Here is a description of LifeByMe from the site’s homepage. We ask one question to all sorts of people: “What is most meaningful to you?” We feature one original answer every day. We… Read more »