Tupac Amaru Shakur Center for the Arts

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  • Analysis Of Tupac Shakur 's Song, Dear Mama

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    was huge poverty and gang violence in Los Angeles, California where Tupac grew up. Many of his songs reflect on how his experience was in this environment. In Tupac Shakur’s song, “Dear Mama” found in album, Me Against the World, for a single mother to show love for her child takes a huge struggle, especially when it was a time where gang violence was really high and fathers would leave their children. Throughout the song Tupac uses imagery to capture the feeling of pain and struggle and fluently

  • Meaning Of Tupac Shakur

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    reputation is not always uniform, meaning it opens a debate about a certain person, action or event. That’s the case of the most famous rapper of all time Tupac Shakur. Many believe him to be a leader, an innovator, a genius. While others criticize him for his

  • Tupac Amaru Shakur And Christopher Wallace

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    Tupac Amaru Shakur and Christopher Wallace also knows as “Biggie Smalls” are both male rappers who lived a pretty short but famous mid 90’s career in the music industry. Tupac and Biggie were able to escape the streets therefore, many people claim that it was the industry that killed them. Tupac and Biggie are both famously known for their rapping careers even though Tupac was more an activist and Biggie rapper. Tupac Amaru Shakur who was born Lesane Parish Cooks was an American

  • The Violence And Police Brutality Essay

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    I grew up in an urban environment and many times were faced with much adversity. I’ve seen depression, drug addiction, violence and police brutality. There are many past events that I’ll never forget so whenever I see or hear certain things I get emotional. The reason for getting emotional is because the connection to the past. According to “Black Rage in New Orleans” as “African Americans grew in the nation’s cities, it did not take long for white officers to develop an “us versus them” mentality