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|View of Now Scream from the balcony|
|First encounter with the work and the people's photographer, Joe Conzo|
|For those who like to moov|
|Listening Centre: told ya|
|Documenting the documentation of a legendary photographer who documented the early days of hip hop and beyond...|
|The Wild Style poster, which is next to the original Wild Style artwork. Down low are the Wild Style 16 and 33 mm reels safeguarded in the vault. Again, shout-out to Katherine.|
|The Mayor of Ithaca, aged 26 begins the unveiling of a civic landmark, with a talk of hip hop being "of the disenfranchised, but not the disillusioned."|
|An incredible panel called ""Unbound from the Underground: An exploration of Hip-Hop activism and social change from Indigenous and other cultural perspectives" featuring Double-Barrel Darrel and Prophecy of Antithesis (deadly,) Kiwi, a Pilipino emcee who talked and Brother Ernie P. The common thread: using hip hop ad a tool to decolonize the spirit. Moderated by Jason Corwin, comrade of many moons.|
|Ernie P and Kenny Dope...I was once a house fiend...street sounds swirling through my ....and there's Ben on the right|
With Debrah Koffler, producer of Beats, Rhymes and Life (the Tribe Called Quest movie)
Ernie P and Carol, who hadn't seen each other in years..
Sha-Rock and I...first female emcee (not me, Sha-Rock)
Ernie, Deb and Katherine, curator of Rare Books and Manuscripts at Cornell - with the vision for the exhibit.
The sweet archetypal-looking library staff, who welcomed hip hop to Ithaca at the graffiti event.
|DJ Shub at the Red Bull Thr3e Style Comp in Toronto|
|A Tribe Called Red with Ernie Paniccioli, Iskwe, Jungleespacegirl, Lily, Wab Kinew, QRock Ready to Rock and Griz on the Grind at the Hard Rock Cafe in Toronto|
|I'm just trippin'. Here is the self-proclaimed Superfan, with her fave group, who are fans of Ernie Paniccioli, who is standing in front of them, taking the picture, and is also their fan. Trippin.|
|B-boy and Everywoman with Ernie at the Native Canadian Centre|
|Afrika Bambaataa and Ernie Paniccioli - Respect!|
|The original homeboys - Kraftwerk|
|B-boy standing in his Cree boy stance|
|Ernie signing my copy of "They Call it Graffiti"|