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WHERE ARE THEY????

 

Why is there a lack of Concern and Outcry about the missing Teens from Washington DC and Maryland? There is little media coverage and whispers from Social Media. We can repost Rap Beef ,the latest on the Reality shows and get massive share but no one seems concern about the missing children. A person could get their Purse snatch off the street and get a better response then a 24 hour wait for any law enforcement to take action.

The DMV is in an Amber Alert for 13 missing teens who vanished within 5 weeks. In 72 hours a total of 9 Teens went missing in Washington DC. Many believe they’re being used in Human Trafficking, Prostitution Ring and others express the concerns of Organs Harvesting for Profit.

In 2016, Girls between the ages of 12-16 went missing from South Bronx, New York, 6 of them went missing in one month. 11 was found safe and 3 remained missing?

I-95 North and South is the main Highway in the East Coast, also the highest in Human Trafficking. I-95 covers Florida, North/South Carolina, Washington DC, Maryland, Philadelphia, New York, Connecticut all the way to Maine. I-95 has 271 truck stops that make the connection easier to transport individuals for Sexual and others illegal Purposes.

Between February 16th-March 21st Black and Latino children has vanished between Washington DC and Maryland. Most of the teens are listed “Critical Missing” which it indicate”disappearance was not voluntary.” I am asking for everyone to share this and Hashtag #BringBackOurChildren

Contact Washington DC Police if you see any of these Children/Teens Call  202-727-9099

2016
17 Years Old Shaun King December 25, 2016
2017
17 Years Old Demetria Carthens February 2
18 Years Old Vaneisha Weaver February 16
15 Years Old Chatese Zimmerman February 16
16 Years Old Mioeasha Calloaway February 21
15 Years Old Zyaire Flemmings February 23
28 Years Old Laronica Gorham March 2
19 Years Old Keon Herder March 3
15 Years Old Dayanna White March 3
15 Years Old Derrick Lesher March 8
15 Years Old Dashann Wallance March 8
17 Years Old Destiny Lee March 8
15 Years Old Lacroixyn Floyd March 12
16 Years old Anthony Barnes Jr. March 14
15 Years old Makel Barnes March 15
14 Years Old Dayana Paz March 16
15 Years Old Keyara Edwards March 17
17 Years Old Chereah Payne March 17 (SAFE)
14 Years Old Jaylen Lee March 18
14 Years Old Shaniah Boyd March 18
17 Years Old Shani Burriss March 21
10 Years Old Winter Griffin March 21 (SAFE)
23 Years Old Jessy Hernandez March 21
16 Years Old Anjel Burl March 22
30 Years Old Joseph John Spencer March 22

 

According to FOX 5 DC, FBI searching for man in connection with juvenile sex trafficking in DC area..
http://www.fox5dc.com/news/235914532-story

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SisHer In Hip Hop Martha Diaz

Its tough being apart of a Male Dominated movement were you have to compete vocally towards another female Emcee by trashing and dragging her through the mud. Battling is the part of Hip Hop Culture however female Emcees are encourage to attack then to display their lyrical skills.

Females in Hip Hop represent more then music they represent a movement of Emcees, Dancers, Graffiti Writers, Dj’s, Educators, Activist, Philosopher, Professors, Psychologist, Therapist, and more.

Today we Celebrate our Hip Hop SisHer, Our Queen: Martha Diaz

Martha Diaz is the founder of the Hip-Hop Education Center. She’s an award winning community organizer, social entrepreneur, media producer, archivist, curator, and professor at New York University. For two decades, Diaz has traversed between the hip-hop entertainment industry, non-profit sector and academia. She has worked on Hollywood productions and produced TV shows, documentaries, music videos, and PSA’s. Diaz served as the executive director of the Hip-Hop Association, where she produced and curated the Hip-Hop Odyssey International Film Festival and Hip-Hop Education Summit.

In 2010, Diaz founded the Hip-Hop Education Center, housed at NYU’s Metropolitan Center for Research on Equity and the Transformation of Schools, to cultivate and professionalize the field of hip-hop-based education. She is co-editor of the Hip-Hop Education Guidebook, Vol. I (Hip-Hop Association, 2007) and Rebel Music: Resistance Through Hip Hop and Punk (Information Age Publishing, 2015). Among her fellowships and residencies, Diaz served as resident of NJ Performing Arts Center’s Alternate Routes Program, Fellow at NYU Reynolds Program for Social Entrepreneurship, Senior Fellow at the Lemelson Center for the Study of Invention and Innovation – National Museum of American History, and Hip-Hop Scholar at the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture – NY Public Library. In 2014, Diaz was appointed as Columbia University Community Scholar, where she collaborates with the Institute for Urban and Minority Education and the Center for Justice. Her most recent media project is the award winning NAS: Time Is Illmatic documentary. Diaz is a Cabinet Member of the U.S. Department of Arts and Culture, a citizen-led, policy-oriented leadership group.

 

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Chance the Rapper Donates $1million Dollars

Hip Hop is more than Music, it’s a movement!!!

Chance the Rapper, a Chicago native has donated $1 Million Dollars from his ticket Sales to the Chicago Public school Foundation “for arts and enrichment” programming on Monday March 6,2017. The Emcee is asking others to join the fight “Take Care of Chicago Kids”.

Respect to Chance the Rapper, The 5th Element of Hip Hop Culture.

 

Video from ABC News

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Hip Hop Debate (Harrisburg PA)

COMING 2017

The question is who’s right or wrong? Everyone opinion matters but the question is who have the actual facts?

Hip Hop Debate Part 1 will feature a panelist of Young and Older Hip Hop Artist of all elements who have different views on the state of Hip Hop and the language of todays Artist.

*Hip Hop Debate part 1 Topics:

  • Is Nigga-ology the cause of Violence or Rap Lyrics?
  • Who’s your Boss?
  • Is Mumbling Rap acceptable or UnAcceptable?
  • Masculinity in Hip Hop.