Kissi and Gumbs are offering-up a universal perspective that, yes, comes from the specificity of who they are, but blackness is as universal as anything else — arguably more so, if the Blues and rock music are to be believed . To pigeon-hole Street Etiquette’s gargantuan vision because of the race or (some of) the cultural influences of its creators is to place at the margins that which belongs at the center.  —"You Should Know About Street Etiquette" by Paula Puryear Martin 
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