An Identity in Hip Hop | In Search for Bengali Harlem | Clip | America ReFramed

Alaudin Ullah talks about the cultural revolution known as hip hop in Harlem. Ullah felt like an outsider when he was growing up so he connected to the music and the people. But this also meant a rejection of his Bangladeshi culture which his parents did not understand as they were proud of who they were and where they came from.

IN SEARCH FOR BENGALI HARLEM: After turning his back on everything South Asian and Muslim, Harlem playwright Alaudin Ullah travels from the streets of New York City to the villages of Bangladesh to unearth the surprising and extraordinary pasts of his immigrant parents. A documentary film by Vivek Bald and Alaudin Ullah.

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