Tag Archive: #HipHopEd

Hip-Hop Education: Propelling and Preserving the Movement

For the last few years, I’ve continued developing, The Mixtape Museum with the support of a Columbia University through their CU Community Scholars program. On Wednesday, April 11 at Columbia University, I will gather… Continue reading

The Extra Credit Awards

Please join the Hip-Hop Education Center, in collaboration with, New York University Metropolitan Center for Research on Equity and the Transformation of Schools, and Wikiburg for The Extra Credit Awards. The event hosted by best-selling author, award winning… Continue reading

Justin D. Burton and Jason Lee Oakes Seek Essays that Pay Respect to Hip Hop Scholarship

CALL FOR PROPOSALS – THE OXFORD HANDBOOK OF HIP HOP MUSIC STUDIES Edited by Justin D Burton and Jason Lee Oakes Deadlines Abstracts (400 words): 1 October 2015 Chapter Drafts (5k-7k words): 1… Continue reading

Call for Papers: Show & Prove 2016 Hip Hop Studies Conference, April 8-10, 2016

Shout-out to Dr. Imani Kai Johnson, chair of the “Show & Prove” international Hip Hop Studies conferences. The conference previously held at NYU will take place at Dr. Johnson’s new home at University of California,… Continue reading

How “Born in the Bronx” Changed Me

  Joe Conzo’s pictures were all black and white, but as I stared, I began to see them in color. -KeKe My name is KeKe, I am a 14 year old high school student from… Continue reading

Stretch and Bobbito: A Film About Radio That Changed Lives

Forthcoming in 2015 http://stretchandbobbito.com/ @stretchandbobbito http://instagram.com/stretchandbobbito

Science Genius Finals at the Intrepid

Rememory, Remixed: Reimagining African-American Rhetoric for a Digital Age

Watch Adam Bank‘s talks mixtapes in his lecture Rememory, Remixed: Reimagining African-American Rhetoric for a Digital Age Adam is the author of  Race, Rhetoric, and Technology: Searching for Higher Ground and Digital Griots: African… Continue reading

a LOUD silence: 40 Year Celebrations of Hip Hop

  #HipHop404040  “A LOUD SILENCE” TURNS UP THE VOLUME TO CELEBRATE 40 YEARS OF HIP HOP AS SERIOUS FUN We celebrate 40 years of culture, community, and the spirit of positive change! We… Continue reading

#HipHopEd 5/28/2013

#HipHopEd 5/21/2013

Fresh, Bold, and So Def Women in Hip-Hop

Fresh, Bold, & So Def (FBSD) is a women and gender research and archive project created to empower and cultivate women in Hip-Hop through a social enterprise solution’s model that is both educational… Continue reading

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Hip-Hop Pedagogy & Influence is Global w/ Martha Diaz

ABC News covers #ScienceGenius #HipHopEd

“The idea here is to take what they are looking for already, combine that with their culture, introduce them to science which is something they are inherently good at anyway and then open up new possibilities.” – Dr. Chris… Continue reading

The Schomburg’s Hip-Hop 4.0 Initiatives

Higher Learning is presented as part of the Schomburg’s Hip-Hop 4.0 Initiative to examine the ways educators are using hip-hop culture to engage and teach K-12 students in classrooms and the community. Hip-Hop… Continue reading

Colleges Love Hip-Hop, but Do They Love Black Men Too?

By Travis L. Gosa for The Chronicle This month the College of William & Mary  followed in the footsteps of Cornell, Harvard, and colleges that are part of the Atlanta University Center by… Continue reading

My Students Rapping

Originally posted on Barking and Talking:
CC licensed image shared by Flickr user Foro do Eixo I was perusing my hard drive, taking a click down memory lane. Man, I have no idea…

9th Wonder: W.E.B. Du Bois Institute HipHop Archive Fellow Colloquium

Change In The Game: The Art. [The Mixtape.] The Audience. The Artist. The Change.

A3C Hip-Hop Festival, Wonderroot & Atlanta Film Festival present: A short film by w. feagins, jr. commissioned by A3C for the 1st Annual A3C Hip-Hop Film Festival. This film which was the focus… Continue reading

2013 HIPHOP LITERACIES CONFERENCE: PEDAGOGIES FOR SOCIAL CHANGE

hiphopeducation: 2013 HIPHOP LITERACIES CONFERENCE: PEDAGOGIES FOR SOCIAL CHANGE PRESENTED BY THE OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY, THE KING ARTS COMPLEX, THE NATIONAL COUNCIL OF TEACHERS OF ENGLISH ASSEMBLY FOR RESEARCH (NCTEAR), THE GREATER COLUMBUS… Continue reading