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Queer Hip-Hop

Hip-Hop culture has come a long way from the days of routinely dropping homophobic slurs in lyrics. Matt Galloway spoke with local DJ Sammy Rawal. He is one of the founders of the Yes Yes Y'all queer hip-hop collective, it hosts a monthly dance party, happening tonight at Nest at Bathurst and College.
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