How Jason Chu Uses Music to tell the AAPI Narrative | SPARK S3 Ep2
Rapper/Activist jason chu speaks hope and healing in a broken world. Solo and with his crew NITEMRKT, he blends introspective lyricism with high energy performances and thoughtfully crafted spoken word. As an expert on Asian American identity and hip-hop culture, jason has spoken and led workshops at UPenn, Dragon*Con, Stanford, NYU, Yale, and beyond. He is a contributor to the St. James Encyclopedia of Hip Hop Culture. Follow him at @jasonchumusic everywhere.
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