How Tanzanian youth use Hip-Hop to inform their communities of HIV/AIDS and become part of the solution.
The case of Hip-Hop in an English class proves that using alternative media is a more effective approach to learning.
Hip-Hop affords urban youth cultural and personal expression and as such, needs to be recognized as an important youth media tool.
June 18th – 22nd University of Wisconsin at Madison This summer, Urban Word NYC and the Hip-Hop Association team up with the University of Wisconsin’s Office of Multicultural Initiatives (OMAI) to offer a weeklong program for teachers, educators, community leaders and education students to learn the best practices in hip-hop and spoken word pedagogy. Each […]
The Hip-Hop Association & Urban World NYC come together to form It’s All About M.E.E (Media, Expression & Evaluation), a festival to bring broader understanding of the power Hip-Hop has to educate and empower the community. It’s All About M.E.E.(Media, Expression & Evaluation), is a 3-day multi-media celebration taking place from February 23-25, 2007 in […]