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Ted Van Alst: Native American Culture

“Because Native people are continuously marginalized and seen as not a large and vocal population, the calculation is, how many of these units can we move before we get enough complaints that they have to come down?”

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Oliver Wang

 

Oliver Wang is a music writer and cultural critic whose work has been published in almost every major hip-hop magazine: The Source, XXL, Vibe, Scratch and others. He has written about race, popular culture and music for Mother Jones, Spin, The Nation and the LA Times.

Wang is a frequent contributor to NPR and KPCC in California and runs the audioblog SoulSides.com. He teaches sociology at California State University at Long Beach, with a focus on race/ethnicity and social issues.

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Music Writer and Cultural Critic, Professor of Sociology at California State University at Long Beach

Areas of Expertise: Music, Sports, Cultural Studies, Sociology, Race & Ethnicity, Hip-Hop

Location: Los Angeles, CA

Contact Info:

Email: oliverwang@gmail.com

Phone: (510) 593-3565

Twitter: @soulsidescom
Heard on NPR: For a full list, click here.

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