Hip-Hop Awareness/OurStory Event Hosted by Abundance Child Live Art by Sole Rebel!
Councilman Ras J. Baraka created #24HOP 4 years ago and now that he is Mayor of Newark NJ expect this outdoor cultural event aimed at addressing violence through the performing arts to be epic. Music, Poetry, Dance, Film and Spoken Word will be the vehicle to promote the message of peace and unity in the community Please join us Friday Aug 29th 6pm on Clinton and Treacy Avenues in Newark NJ.
CELEBRATION OF LIFE! ( " Constitutional Protest through The Arts " )Celebrate the life and legacies of Mumia Abu-Jamal, Father Paul Washington, Dr. Ed Robinson, and Marshall "Eddie" Conway join the movement to free mumiaw/ Dead Prez, Immortal Technique, Jasiri X , Taina Asili, Ramona Africa, Narubi Selah, Hakim Green , Dice Raw, The Universal African Dance and Drum Ensemble, Pam Africa, Isis da savoir and more to be announced.April 26th - 10am - Free event!- Church of the Advocate (18th & Diamond)Live performances speakers , vendors , resource tables , health pavilion , workshops : know your rights, school to prison pipeline, woman & prisoners and more !co-sponsors: The campaign to bring mumia home, International Concerned family and friends of mumia abu-jamal , the Committee to save mumia-abu jamal, and the coalition to free mumia abu-jamal ( nyc ) , Guerrilla republik , Universal Zulu Nation and F.T.P ( art work by capital x )
Know The Ledge 2nd Annual 5th Element of Hip-Hop Symposium
Label: NuJeRubi Enterprises
Manager: Narubi Selah
Bio: Spoken word artist, vocalist, actress, and educator. This one woman show swept through most of the east coast between 2000-and 2008 with her lyrical ability, claiming the much deserved title “Slam Queen”. Prior to her 2008 debut on Russell Simmon’s Peabody Award Winning HBO Def Poetry Jam, sh...See Full Bio
“Let's all stop pretending that dope emcees of the female gender are a myth. That it's all black and white. Either they're 'super sexed' or hyper 'conscious cosmic'. Honestly, some are both and many are not. It's time to give attention and props to those that are great at what they're doing and support their efforts instead of having this futile conversation about the lack of skilled and talented female emcees. Stop it.Let us be the first to introduce you to Narubi Selah. Jersey and Brooklyn please stand up and salute this soldier.”