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Hello friends, neighbors, supporters, and haters. It's been a minute since we connected, but I wanted
 
October 2 · Issue #45 · View online
The Hip-Hop Advocate Newsletter
Hello friends, neighbors, supporters, and haters.
It’s been a minute since we connected, but I wanted to share a few interesting stories that I’ve been collecting along the way.
A few quickies first. One, for those who have been following, I’m now five months post-kidney donation. My daughter is doing amazing and I’ve never felt better. Also, I recently launched Manny Faces Media, an independent media production shop specializing in podcasting and audio journalism. Visit us today for consultation, show development, production work, editing needs, etc.
Speaking of podcasts, new episodes of the WORLD’S SMARTEST HIP-HOP PODCAST are coming! Visit and subscribe to Hip-Hop Can Save America! wherever you get your favorite podcasts.
Lastly, I’m moderating an amazing discussion at the 147th AES Pro Audio Convention in NYC on October 18 called “Cache Rules Everything Around Me: Archiving and Preserving Hip-Hop in a Digital Age.” There are a few hip-hop-related session happening at the convention so if you’re on the technical/audio engineering/archiving side of the game, check them out for more info.
OK, on to more stories of hip-hop innovation, inspiration, and insight.
💚 - Manny Faces, Founder/Exec. Director, The Center for Hip-Hop Advocacy
If you’d like a speaker/panelist/consultant to help you or your organization examine ways that hip-hop can improve many areas of society (education, business, social justice, health & wellness, STEM fields, etc.), reach out and let’s talk about talking!

GET YOUR MIND RIGHT
From Hip-Hop To Harmony, Music Has A Place In Science Education
New Orleans rapper Mia X joins Loyola University faculty to teach courses on hip-hop
Professor of Hip-Hop Reflects on Two Years in Charlottesville, New Work | UVA Today
MTV, Save the Music launch grant named after J Dilla
The Hip-Hop Transformation maps new growth with double album release
Wu Tang Clan endorses, launches tech ed program with Newark-based MoCaFi
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WE THE PEOPLE
Princess Nokia Interview: How the Rapper Went Independent to Become 'A Full-Fledged Queen'
Frank Ocean Makes Moves Like Nobody Else
STOP, LOOK, AND LISTEN
Watch Lizzo Play The Tiny Desk : NPR
How ‘Freestyle Love Supreme’ Brought Beatboxing and Rap to Broadway
Museum of Dead Words 'lays to rest' harmful words through hip-hop and art | am New York
Jamel Shabazz : A Time Before Crack - Interview
Hip hop tribute at New York City library - Story | WNYW
SORTA LIKE IF ‘DEMOCRACY NOW’ & BLACK THOUGHT HAD A PODCAST BABY
It’s hard-hitting social justice journalism mixed with hip-hop with the groundbreaking (and multiple award-winning) podcast, News Beat.
Listen/subscribe for free: Apple Podcasts / Spotify / Podcast app / Web
BEEN AROUND THE WORLD
France is Experiencing a Hip-Hop Revolution
PODCAST: HIP-HOP CAN SAVE AMERICA! Interviews with innovators
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SPECIAL DELIVERY
Upcoming conferences, CFPs, seminars, special events and more (Send us yours!)
AES New York 2019 » Archiving and Restoration Track Event AR02: Cache Rules Everything Around Me: Archiving and Preserving Hip-Hop in a Digital Age
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