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January 25 · Issue #49 · View online
The Hip-Hop Advocate Newsletter
Welcome to ‘the world’s smartest Hip-Hop newsletter!’
Got a few new subscribers so real quick: Hi. My name is Manny Faces, and I’m something of a guide through a world of Hip-Hop innovation, inspiration, and insight. I have developed a few things to help spread these ideas:
If you think this is valuable, there are a couple ways you can help:
All of these little things will go a long way toward advancing our mission to preserve, protect, and promote Hip-Hop’s ability to improve humanity, fight injustice, innovate industries, and save lives.
Now, on to the stories…
💚 - Manny Faces, Founder/Exec. Director, The Center for Hip-Hop Advocacy

STOP, LOOK, AND LISTEN
Trailer: 20 Years After His Death, Houston Legend DJ Screw's Life Coming To A Network Near You
'Hip-Hop Evolution': How Three Canadians Made the Emmy-Winning, Definitive Docuseries on Rap
On Their Debut Album, Stretch And Bobbito Are Taking 'No Requests'
SUNDAY 1/26 in SEATTLE: Thee Phantom & The Illharmonic Orchestra make their Seattle Debut SUNDAY 1/26 in SEATTLE: Thee Phantom & The Illharmonic Orchestra make their Seattle Debut
The Influence of Cold Chillin' Records & the Juice Crew with Ben Merlis
Colorful Queens Apartment Inspired by Hip Hop Culture
Griselda brings gritty Buffalo realism to the nation with ‘Tonight Show’ performance – The Buffalo News
Murals Infuse Newark Historic District With Hope, Positivity
Indianapolis Airport exhibit displays photographer's hip-hop work
WE THE PEOPLE
How family support helped D Smoke, Inglewood SiR and Davion Farris rise to fame
Oprah Winfrey Explains Why She Exited The Russell Simmons Doc — & His Survivors Vow To Speak Out
The Philadelphia DA's Office Has Just Hired Its First Artist in Residence. He Previously Spent 27 Years in Prison for Murder
How Producer Jon Brion Finished Mac Miller’s ‘Circles’
Nipsey Hussle's legacy takes center stage at Grammy Awards - Entertainment - New Jersey Herald - Newton, NJ
Wyclef Jean on Growing Up in Haiti, Hip-Hop As a Teacher, and Performing With a Goat
Mexican immigrant dreams of leading first U.S. breakdancing team to Olympic gold
House impeachment manager quotes Notorious B.I.G. on the Senate floor
PODCAST: HIP-HOP CAN SAVE AMERICA!
GET YOUR MIND RIGHT
Why hip-hop belongs in today's classrooms
Nipsey Hussle was a bookworm. Now black men are finding inspiration in what he read
Interview: Rapper Wordsworth Loving Day Job as Middle School Teacher
San Diego Music Education Program for At-Risk Youth Awarded $500,000
Professors to use bus to connect kids with hip-hop
LIKE IF ‘DEMOCRACY NOW’ & BLACK THOUGHT HAD A PODCAST BABY
The award-winning, groundbreaking podcast mashup of hard-hitting social justice journalism and hip-hop.
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STRICTLY BUSINESS
The Music Industry Is Flush With Cash. Why Aren't Dancers Getting Their Fair Share?
How Hip Hop and Hoodies changed our fashion landscape
‘Dollface’ & ‘Wu-Tang: An American Saga’ Renewed For Season 2 By Hulu
BEEN AROUND THE WORLD
A Brief But In-depth Dive Into the 40 Year History of UK Hip-Hop & Rap
Rap and rice paddies: Thai hip hop creates unlikely new stars
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SPECIAL DELIVERY
Upcoming conferences, CFPs, seminars, special events and more (reply to this email to send us yours!)
NYC - Feb 28 & 29 - DOCUMENTING HISTORY IN YOUR OWN BACKYARD II: ARCHIVING & PRESERVING HIP-HOP Tickets, at 7:00 PM
Cambridge MA - April 4 - HipHopEX Presents: Can't Stop Hip Hop
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