In the spirit of coalition building and community Support, Hip Hop Congress has partnered with such local groups as the Umojafest P.E.A.C.E. Center, Dope Emporium, Seattle Hip-Hop Youth Council, 206 Zulu, Global Fam, Oseao Music Group, B-Girl Media, the Bassmeant, Mothers Outreach Movement, Reclaim the Media, Urban Teachers Network, Silicon Valley DeBug, Hip Hop Without Boarders, 2nd Nature and other local organizations and collectives. The conference will be hosted at a series of neighborhood institutions in the Central District of Seattle.
The conference will provide tools for independent artists and entrepreneurs to develop the hip-hop economy as well as harnessing hip-hop has an effective solution to education and youth development in the face of youth violence crisis and school closure featuring workshops and trainings in Digital Distribution, On Line Marketing and Promotion, Hip Hop and Education Programming and Civic Engagement.
Film Screenings of
“The Muslim Cool”
Registration is only $10 and can be done online at www.hiphopcongress.com. Scholarships and program collaboration is available for youth.
If you are interested in providing a workshop or being a sponsor, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. If you are interested in performing please email email@example.com m. All other inquires should be forwarded through the website.
HIP HOP CONGRESS
Wednesday, July 29, 2009 at 10:00am
Sunday, August 2, 2009 at 10:00pm