N W A ~ A Critical Anlysis Crowdfunding Campaign Video

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I have launched a new crowdfunding campaign for my upcoming documentary, “N.W.A ~ A Critical Analysis”. Featured speakers in the film include: Wolfgang Amadeuz, GaKnew Roxwell, Ayida Honor, Lucas Eddens, Nubia I, Salahdeen Asad, Alonzo Williams, Mecca Islam, Sonia Barrett, Keidi Awadu, Sadiki Bakari, and Akanundrum

In the film we are taking a critical look at the impact that negative rap lyrics have had on the mental, emotional, social, and relational development of young boys and girls. In particular we will be exploring the lyrics of the gangster rap group “N.W.A (Niggas Wit Attitudes)”.
There has been a long history of negative media programming that has been detrimental to the self-esteem and self-concept of young children. Often times the influence functions as suggestive programing that changes the self-identity of young boys and girls.

My documentary N.W.A ~ A Critical Analysis is designed to equip parents and their children with the intellectual tools needed to protect their minds from negative music lyrics. This includes lyrics that promote and glorify the disrespect of women, verbal abuse, negative male/female relationships, and physical violence against women.
At this point I have completed about 70% of the documentary and I need your support so that I can complete the final recording session. We are close to completing the project and I need your help to finance the final recording session. Please support and share. Thanks! Your contribution to this crowdfunding campaign will move me one step closer to completing this important documentary. So please make your contribution today. My name is Lenon Honor and I thank you for your support!


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  • Leonarddejudah

    That’s a great idea!!!!! when you honestly think about it they actually
    fucked up several generations of Blacks, Hispanics, even whites I agree
    further examination is needed you’ve been dropping that ???lately
    brother man keep up the good work!!!

  • phosphorescence

    NWA create bad dudes, true, modern rap music has warped the minds of both
    genders by today’s standards though(not NWA in particular). I’m not
    dissatisfied cause I’m quite certain you’ll cover the entire spectrum how
    it affects all of us as human beings, men and women alike. When I listened
    to the music I didn’t really understand most of what was said, just enjoyed
    the beat and the music, it definitely flipped my entire childhood
    experience over though watching how it shifted the attitudes of my friends
    back in middleschool. All of a sudden the kids took from these lyrics,
    created artificial, worthless lines other kids could not cross, and when
    they did they faced consequences, from shaming to bullying to getting
    screwed up by a mob. It didn’t have to be anything serious either, if you
    acted in any way like anything that an artist would talk shit on, you got
    shat on. So I guess I was 11 or 12 when I got my hands on my first parental
    advisory cd lol. never really got into it though, i think i turned out
    alright, never did bully anyone as a kid, ended up going in the direction
    of rock and metal.

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