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NGOZI O. ONUOHA The City College of New York March 9, 2012 Research Mentor: David Johnson, PhD :

NGOZI O. ONUOHA The City College of New York March 9, 2012 Research Mentor: David Johnson, PhD Promoting Political Participation through African Hip-Hop: Examining the “ Y’en A Marre ” movement and Senegal’s 2012 Elections

Important points to mention::

Important points to mention: This paper is primarily from a media/journalist perspective The research is still on-going My pin is not a sign of affiliation to “ Y’en A Marre ”. I just like the pin 

What is “Y’en A Marre”?:

What is “ Y’en A Marre ”?

Hip-Hop and Y’en A Marre:

Hip-Hop and Y’en A Marre

Senegal’s Democracy:

Senegal’s Democracy

Coverage of Senegal’s first round elections on February 26, 2012:

Coverage of Senegal’s first round elections on February 26, 2012 Local media outlets International media outlets What was the difference? What are the similarities?

What does this mean for Africa?:

What does this mean for Africa? "The Y'en a Marre thing, everybody was Y'en a Marre inside their chest. Everybody had that Y'en a Marre feeling. Everybody was fed up. So, as rap artists, we write songs to protest about how people are crying.“ -- Djily Baghdad, a rapper and founding member of the movement.

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