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Suntonio Bandanaz / Blog

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TEACHING HIGHLIGHTS

University of WA—Guest Lecturer, “Hip Hop in the 206.” 2011

Universal Zulu Nation (206 Zulu)—Curriculum Designer, “Creative Writing and Song Development.” 2011

Seattle School Dist.: Denny MS, SBOC—During/After School Instructor, “Proyecto Saber,” El Centro De La Raza. 2011

Southwest College—Guest Lecturer, “Sociology,” and “Race Relations.” 2010

Garfield HS, Nathen Hale HS—Guest Instructor, “Creative Writing,” w/206ZULU. 2010

Olympus Academy Transfer HS (Bklyn, NY)—Guest Afterschool Instructor, “Poets & Emcees.” 2009

WAPI Community Services—Teaching Artist, “Katalyst Program.” 2009-2010

Hip Hop Congress (NW)—Regional Outreach Coordinator, Performing/Teaching Artist. 2007-2009

Nova Alternative HS—Teaching Artist, “Poetry/Creative Writing.” 2007-2009

Guiding Lights Luminaries—Workshop Presenter. 2010

Hope for Youth, El Centro de la Raza/206 Zulu—Teaching Artist/MC'ing. 2008

Nova Alternative High School—Teaching Artist for Black Studies and Poetry Classes. 2005-2009

Alder Academy—Workshop Facilitator/Teaching Artist. 2006

Police Athletic League (Bklyn, NY)—Guest Lecturer, “Wynn Center/Save the Children Literacy Program.” 2004

University of Haifa (ISREAL)—Teaching Artist, “Children of the Dream,” w/Anti-Defamation League. 1996

C.A.M.P. Rites Of Passage Experience—Program Instructor, “Audio Production/Computer Literacy.” 1994-1996 CONFERENCES/PANELS South Puget Sound Community College—Panelist/Performer, w/206ZULU. 2011

Hip Hop Congress: National Conference—Washington Spokesman (Biloxi Mississippi- 2008. Seattle- 2010)

Evergreen State College—Panelist/Teaching Artist. 2008. 2009. 2010

NW Hip Hop Leadership Conference—Presenter, “Hip Hop History/Industry Role in the Community.” 2009

Hip Hop Summit—Panelist/Teaching Artist, Seminar/Workshop, “Hip Hop History.” 2007-2009 PUBLISHED CURRICULUM The Hip-Hop Education Guidebook Volume 1, By Marcella Runell, Martha Diaz, “Part ll: Lessons, Literacy and English Language Arts”—Curriculum Co-Author/Contributor (Hip Hop Association, 2007) RECORDING ARTIST: SELECTED DISCOGRAPHY Albums and Compilations Heavenly Ghetto Cuts Verbal Swordsmen The Naps Project The House That Love Built vol. 1&2 Bread N Butter Mad Won West Coast Under Low 4 Evergreen Cuts Titanium Buttermilk Rhinoceros Briefcase Progress Prof. Macklemore Codex Di Satio Other Ground Label Sampler Reigncraft vol. 3 Nishkaigan Best of Seattle Power Man & Iron Wrist vol. 1 & 2. West Coast Scavengers 12 Who is Suntonio Bandanaz?! “23rd & Union,” Film Soundtrack FILM CREDIT Multimedia Center–Kejona Mazadi Youth Coalition “206 HIPHOPUMENTARY”(2009) - Featured Subject Green Eyed Media – “23rd & Union” Independent Film (2010) – Lead Actor Green Eyed Media - “The Blank Canvass” Documentary (2011) - CoProducer AFFILIATIONS MAD Krew, Universal Zulu Nation, B-Girl Media, N.A.P.S. Crew, Fresh Coast, Native Youth Movement, Project Blowed, 206-Hop, Dope Emporium, Hip Hop Congress, Project Mayhem, Alpha P.

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