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Power, Protest And Paranoia

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Kendrick Lamar performs "Alright" at the 2015 BET Awards in Los Angeles.

The links between hip-hop and the prison system are on display in laws and lyrics stretching back decades. If you’re caught between these two American institutions, it might look like a trap.

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