Using their words

Reco Price, aka rapper Supernatural, talks with students about the importance of verbal self-defense April 18 in Landis Academic Center 225. He gave them advice on how to stand up for themselves while the University and police continue to investigate alleged hate crimes. He also spoke on hip-hop songs and how they can protect and subdue people with words. / photo by Jaysin Brandt
Reco Price, aka rapper Supernatural, talks with students about the importance of verbal self-defense April 18 in Landis Academic Center 225. He gave them advice on how to stand up for themselves while the University and police continue to investigate alleged hate crimes. He also spoke on hip-hop songs and how they can protect and subdue people with words. / photo by Jaysin Brandt

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