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They need to learn all that the flag truly represents.''My wife, Penny, had tears in her eyes, and we were both shocked to see such a lack of respect for our flag, our national anthem and the men and women that serve our nation,' Warren said to Marietta Daily Journal.Warren asserted that the cheerleaders were 'on the very soil that men and women have died overseas to protect.'And while many veterans have spoken out in support of these demonstrations, aware of their intentions and what the flag represents to them, the sheriff also said that 'these ill-informed students acting this way clearly tells me KSU needs to get busy educating these students on more than just passing their classes.
'I hope he is right because I stand with America, I stand to show respect to our military and all those that serve in public safety.
It is shameful but unfortunately I can't say I expected anything better from Cobb County law enforcement.
I'm sorry this happened,' said Maureen Gallagher'This is so freaking ridiculous and it has gotten way out of hand!!!
Centuries before hip-hop music existed, the griots of West Africa were delivering stories rhythmically, over drums and sparse instrumentation.
Such connections have been acknowledged by many modern artists, modern day "griots", spoken word artists, mainstream news sources, and academics., and later by some whites, in the Mississippi Delta region of the United States around the time of the Emancipation Proclamation.
Stylistically, rap occupies a gray area between speech, prose, poetry, and singing. Rap Brown, rap was a slang term referring to an oration or speech, such as was common among the "hip" crowd in the protest movements, but it did not come to be associated with a musical style for another decade.
The word, which predates the musical form, originally meant "to lightly strike", The word had been used in British English since the 16th century. Del the Funky Homosapien similarly states that rap was used to refer to talking in a stylistic manner in the early 1970s: "I was born in '72...Semi-spoken music has long been especially popular in British entertainment, and such examples as David Croft's theme to the 1970s' sitcom Are You Being Served? In classical music, semi-spoken music was popular stylized by composer Arnold Schoenberg as Sprechstimme, and famously used in Ernst Toch's 1924 Geographical Fugue for spoken chorus and the final scene in Darius Milhaud's 1915 ballet Les Choéphores.In the French chanson field, irrigated by a strong poetry tradition, such singer-songwriters as Léo Ferré or Serge Gainsbourg made their own use of spoken word over rock or symphonic music from the very beginning of the 1970s.Not just jazz music and lyrics but also jazz poetry.According to John Sobol, the jazz musician and poet who wrote Digitopia Blues, rap "bears a striking resemblance to the evolution of jazz both stylistically and formally".Boxer Muhammad Ali anticipated elements of rap, often using rhyme schemes and spoken word poetry, both for when he was trash talking in boxing and as political poetry for his activism outside of boxing, paving the way for The Last Poets in 1968, Gil Scott-Heron in 1970, and the emergence of rap music in the 1970s.