You Gotta Fight the Power: The Place of Music in Social Justice Education Gloria Ladson-Billings - University of Wisconsin-Madison Ladson-Billings, G. (2015). You gotta fight the power: The place of music in social justice education. In C. Benedict. P Schmidt, G. Spruce, & P. Woodford (Eds.), The Oxford handbook of social justice in music education(pp. 406–422). New York, NY: Oxford.
Hip-Hop Within and Without the Academy Karen Snell - Humber College Johan Söderman - University of Gothenburg Snell, K, & Söderman, J. (2014). Hip-hop within and without the academy. London, England: Lexington Books.
Turntablism: A Vehicle for Connecting Community and School Music Making and Learning Karen Snell - Humber College Snell, K. (2011). Turntablism: A vehicle for connecting community and school music making and learning. In N. Biamonte (Ed.), Pop-culture pedagogy in the music classroom: Teaching tools from American Idol to YouTube(pp. 173–184). Plymouth, England: Scarecrow Press.
The DJ Factor: Teaching Performance and Composition From Back to Front Mike Challis - Freelance Composer and Educator Challis, M. (2007). The DJ factor: Teaching performance and composition from back to front. In J. Finney & P. Burnard (Eds.),Music education with digital technology (pp. 65–75). London, England: Continuum.