Sagging and Twerking: Cultural Expressions of an Angry Generation

Sagging According to Judge Greg Mathis, Retired African-American Judge of the 36th District Court of the State of Michigan, sagging was adopted from the United States prison system.  Belts were sometimes prohibited to prevent prisoners from using them as weapons or committing suicide by hanging themselves. Due to the rampant incarceration of black men, childrenContinue reading “Sagging and Twerking: Cultural Expressions of an Angry Generation”