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[Description] A JERICHO MOVEMENT FUNDRAISER @ ZUMIX (260 Sumner St, East Boston) Come out and support political prisoners by getting down to righteous hip-hop- sounds like a good plan right? [$10 suggested donation] http://www.thejerichomovement.com/ FEATURING: spiritchild & ART START YOUTH: spiritchild brings the heartbeat of hip-hop intertwined with revolutionary rhymes- he'll be joined by fantastic performers from Art Start Youth. The purpose of ART START is to nurture the voices, hearts and minds of at-risk youth through creative arts workshops conducted daily inside homeless shelters and alternative to incarceration programs throughout New York City. Featuring Miky, Prince Akeem & Phyre www.art-start.org www.xspiritmental.com NOT4PROPHET (of the X-Vandals): "X-Vandals are underground street soldiers battling for the very heart and soul of this upside down society. They're this generations guerrilla graffiti artists, spraying the stage with a wild style statement of purpose and bombing a multi-colored musical manifesto on all trains of thought in todays false representation of our Hip Hop culture. X-Vandals is simply reality's writing on the wall" - DMC of RUN DMC http://agitrap.com/x_vandals/ SPIDER CIDER: Hip-hop/Jazz from the heart http://spidercidermusic.bandcamp.com/ EVAN GREER: radical queer folk-punk-mama kicking catchy singalongs for liberation http://www.evangreer.org/ ZUMIX FREESTYLE FRIDAYS CREW: Subculture Rap Crew: Javi - https://www.facebook.com/pages/Javi/111040585682756?fref=ts DeAndre- https://www.facebook.com/DeAndreMA1?fref=ts NAP- https://www.facebook.com/napmuzic?fref=ts Canopus- https://www.facebook.com/Canopusmusic?fref=ts: Smiill- http://www.youtube.com/romeentertainment
[Description] This workshop gives a brief historical time line of black & brown liberation struggles and resistance through the origins and roots of hip hop. What has been the role of art / hip hop in social struggles? What is hip hop (defined as a culture) and what are the elements that make hip hop? Through various creative exercises, music presentations and discussion we will reignite the imagination with art / hip hop to bring forth solutions and tactics for social change. featuring performances by spiritchild along with Miky, Prince Akeem and Phyre of Art Start. 2pm in the Center for Gender, Sexuality, and Activism (basement of the GSU) About spiritchild: spiritchild, as he is known, is a freedom singer from the south Bronx by way of Brooklyn, who uses the arts to cultivate a cultural revolution. He integrates activism and hip hop into music production and workshops. He is a member of the Universal Zulu Nation and the founder of the International Movement In Motion Artist & Activist Collective. As the Rhythmic Poet of the Hip Hop Fusion Band Mental Notes, he uses his music to converse with his audience to the injustices facing the poor and oppressed and inspires action on environmental and social justice issues in New York City and around the world. He is an instructor for recording, writing and production at several public schools throughout New York, and facilitates the process of personal and artistic development internationally on seasonal tours in Afrika, South East Asia, Europe and elsewhere. spiritchild has produced, recorded and performed with award winning grammy nominee Maya Azucena, legendary Les Nubians, The Last Poets & Gil Scott-Heron’s Midnight Band, spoken word Nuyorican poets champion Ainsley Burrows, The Coup, X-Vandals & Ricanstructions very own N4P to name a few. Balance has been created between the personal and artistic development by engaging and working with the youth through hip hop pedagogy as program director of Youth Offender Outreach and Emerging Artist and Residency programs at Art Start and continuing the work at outside Juvenile Detention Facilitates and alternative to incarceration programs. He has also worked with intellectually disabled and psychologically diagnosed adults in the Bronx providing counseling and coordinating events and activities pertaining to the culture of Hip Hop.
Open Mic For Anyone With Talent May Attend.
Occupy the Hood Week continues tomorrow @ Rufus King Park, Jamaica Ave & 150th street from 10-3pm Speakers: Suga Ray, Frank Sha Francois, , F.A.I.T.H and more… Panelist: Angelo Pinto, Jasiri X, ReKae Medina, Stephen Rodrigues, Guerrilla R epublik, Imam Adhib and more…. Performances by: Wu Music Artist Gab Gotcha, Bills Billetes, Queens Kev, spiritchild & mental notes, Jasiri X, Krhazey Wallstretcher Bey, Miky Hustles and more Special Appearance by NeNe Ali DJ Wise of Chop Sqaud Hosted & MC’d By Preachda Truth Freedom, Author Aquila M. Coulibaly & Kiba Bones
we will be performing for the closing reception of the exhibit Post Code Criminals www.rushartgallery.org POST CODE CRIMINALS International Collaboration with Artist Dread Scott, Filmmaker Joan Kushner, and the youth from Liverpool, UK and Brownsville, Brooklyn. Closing Performance and Discussion Oct. 20th, 3-5pm
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