Howard Universities Alternative Spring Break is a service learning program designed to connect students with distressed communities and to explore the ethical and spiritual dimensions of leadership as it challenges students to discern how their unique gifts and skills can be used to address the problems of communities in need and the world at large. … Continue reading “Through Our Eyes” Alternative Spring Break Documentary By Domonique Green Howard University Student
Hip Hop Appreciation Week 2018 (May 14th to May 20th 2018) Hip Hop Appreciation Week begins every third week in May as a time to acknowledge and appreciate the actual existence of Hip Hop itself. Instead of wondering what happened to “real Hip Hop,” Hip Hop Appreciation Week is an opportunity to answer that question; … Continue reading Hip Hop Appreciation week 2018
In honor of Hip Hop Appreciation week, I will be speaking at the Harrisburg High School on Wednesday May 16, 2018 on Hip Hop History and Economics from 12:30-2:00pm. This event is only for the students!!!
On this day October 31,1979, The First Anniversay Celebration Halloween Birthday Extravaganza at Harlem World Culture Entertainment Complex. This event featured two dynamic performance starting "Atlantic Star and "Let's Rick N Roll) and special guest Kieth Barow.
"All About Bridging the Gap in Hip Hop Culture" Hip Hop was formed in an economic struggle that gains over a billion dollars per year. Through the financial up-bring in Hip Hop many artist only seen maybe 1% of the profit. It will take at lease 10 years as a sign artist to … Continue reading Harrisburg Hip Hop Debate
Hip Hop Appreciation week MAY 15TH-MAY 21ST 2017 I am asking all Hip Hop Educators and Scholars to donate their time and educate a youth on the History of Hip Hop and its elements. If we the preservers of Hip Hop we must continue educating the next generation without judgement and personal opinon. -Queen Michele … Continue reading Hip Hop Appreciation week 2017
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 … Continue reading SisHer in Hip Hop Toni Blackman