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The Hip-Hop Advocate #33: Stories of hip-hop innovation, inspiration & insight [9/10/18]

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Peace and love to friends, neighbors, supporters and haters! Couple of quickies. Thanks to Bondfire R
 
September 10 · Issue #33 · View online
The Hip-Hop Advocate Newsletter
Peace and love to friends, neighbors, supporters and haters!
Couple of quickies. Thanks to Bondfire Radio for airing the first season of my podcast, “Hip-Hop Can Save America! - Catch up on all my interviews with amazing hip-hop innovators as I get to work on the new season!
A few upcoming appearances. Click here to bring me to where YOU are:
The award-winning News Beat podcast I produce, which mixes social justice journalism and hip-hop, completed our second season. Now’s a good time to podcast and chill and catch up while we work on season 3!
OK, on the stories, starting with – as we unfortunately have to do all-too-often – recent losses from our collective community.
Manny Faces, Founder/Exec. Director, The Center for Hip-Hop Advocacy

THEY REMINISCE OVER YOU…
The Tragic Death of Mac Miller, a Musician Who Never Stopped Evolving
Geto Boys’ DJ Ready Red Dead at 53
R.I.P. Rich Quick, a unifying voice on the Philly hip-hop scene
WE THE PEOPLE
How Joe Budden Became the Howard Stern of Hip-Hop
Joan Morgan, Hip-Hop Feminism, and The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill
Drake Pays Surprise Birthday Visit To Heart Transplant Patient Who Did Kiki Challenge
'13 Reason Why' actor Derek Luke wants to teach inner city kids to chase their dreams
Nick Cannon wants to make a Wild 'N Out improv school
Hip Hop poet inspires writers
Click image to inquire about booking a talk or presentation
GET YOUR MIND RIGHT
Keepers Of The Underground: The Hiphop Archive At Harvard
The fake and the real in Chance the Rapper’s “All We Got”
Jay Z, Beyoncé Awarding $1M in Scholarships to ‘Exceptional’ High School Students
Lawrenceville teen on getting Beyonce, Jay-Z scholarship: 'Somebody saw the potential that I have'
'Project Positive' Philly Dance Organization Using Hip Hop Dance To Inspire Youth In Community
Hip-hop educator brings growth, grit to Tunnell Elementary
'America to Me': Meet OPRF Teacher Anthony Clark
STRICTLY BUSINESS
JAY-Z's 2018 TIDAL X: BROOKLYN To Support Criminal Justice Reform
‘Mic Dispatch’ episode 13: Hip-hop and cryptocurrency; the problem with minimum wage
What If All Community Development Started with Local Arts and Culture?
Gen Z’s Passion for Sustainable Products Is Fueling the Shift Toward Streetwear
IDS Vancouver: With a theme of ‘Surface and Depth,’ the West Coast’s major design show draws on how we live now
IF ‘DEMOCRACY NOW’ & BLACK THOUGHT HAD A PODCAST BABY…
Social justice journalism meets hip-hop with the groundbreaking (and multiple award-winning) podcast, News Beat.
STOP, LOOK & LISTEN
NYC: Film Forum · HIP HOP ON FILM '79 – '86
Iconic Photographer Jamel Shabazz to Debut Solo Exhibition in Brooklyn
J-Live Unleashes A Rapping & Scratching Routine With A Motown Classic (Audio)
In Transit’s Beatboxing Star Chesney Snow to Debut New Show
City officials get behind effort to recognize Houston rap landmarks - Houston Chronicle
Rammellzee mini-me’s put on opera inspired by the artist
Why hip-hop belongs in the Alabama Music Hall of Fame
Music Hall of Fame opens long-awaited hip hop exhibit
Parkland Students To Release Music Album Before Midterms
Joe Budden’s REVOLT Show, ‘State of the Culture,’ To Debut September 10
HIP-HOP CAN SAVE AMERICA
Season one is complete! Click an image to listen or subscribe for free at:
SPECIAL DELIVERY
Hip-hop conferences & special events around the country. Send us yours!
DC Hip-Hop Theater Festival - Sept. 12-16
RIVERSIDE, CA: Show&Prove Hip Hop Studies Conference - Dec. 7-9
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