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Don't Call it a Comeback. Or call it one, that's fine too.
By Manny Faces • Issue #53 • View online
Dear friends, neighbors, supporters and haters:
It’s your friendly e-neighborhood Hip-Hop advocate, Manny Faces. And I’m excited!
This free newsletter is designed to bring you stories of inspiring innovation dipped all up in some Hip-Hop goodness. Shouts to the OGs and welcome to the newbies! A few quick notes and we can get into the stories:
  1. If you like this, you’ll LOVE Hip-Hop Can Save America! aka ‘the world’s smartest Hip-Hop podcast’. Subscribe for free by clicking here on your phone or visit on your computer.
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Please enjoy the latest episode of Hip-Hop Can Save America! with our guest, Dr. Raphael Travis, as we discuss ‘the healing power of Hip-Hop’.
An most of all, I wish you all the best for the upcoming week.
Thank you.
– Manny Faces

Hip-hop legend Grandmaster Flash opens UB students' minds
Rapper Noname opens Radical Hood Library in Los Angeles
'Fire in Little Africa' hip hop project to release educational curriculum
'Collider classroom' aims to make schools more welcoming post-pandemic
Reading with a Rapper opens interactive literacy lab at HISD middle school
Hip hop and ice cream come together at All Chill Inc
How YoungBoy Never Broke Again Hit No. 1 From Jail
Nas and Hit-Boy Interview: Why Nas Is Teaching a MasterClass on Hip-Hop
Introducing the News Beat Podcast 'Cypher'
Drink Champs Podcast with N.O.R.E. and DJ EFN Tops the Charts
Musician finds a voice in video games and Afrofuturism |
Hip-Hop Orchestra Returns to Austin!
HIP HOP NUTCRACKER Coming To The Detroit Opera House
The Healing Power of Hip-Hop with Dr. Raphael Travis, Jr.
Salinas school using hip hop music to teach about mental health
‘Our Life’s Work’: Chicago Rapper Common Puts Recording Studio In Stateville For Inmates
Racist AI: New Episode Exposes Horrors of Surveillance Tech in Policing
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