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DJ Yella of Hip-Hop’s N.W.A. and Lil Eazy E Discuss Free Expression

DJ Yella of the seminal hip hop group N.W.A and Lil Eazy E, whose father was a member of the group, celebrate freedom of expression and the exhibit “Louder Than Words: Rock, Power and Politics.”

Recorded April 21, 2017.

Contributing support for “Louder Than Words” was provided by Hilton Hotels & Resorts, SoundExchange and Altria Group.

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