2017 3rd Annual International Hip Hop Activism Conference

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9:30am – Welcoming

  • Torie Weiston-Serdan Founder and Executive Director, Youth Mentoring Action Network and Anthony J. Nocella II, National Co-Coordinator, Save the Kids and Assistant Professor, Fort Lewis College

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10am – Session One

Workshop
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  • Blue vs. Black Lives, Time to Kill that Noise: Critical Race Theory, Hip Hop and Public Sphere
    Carlos A. Yanes, University of La Verne and Issac M. Carter, University of La Verne

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11:00am – Session Two

Workshop
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  • This Generation. Next generation. Organized as one
    Cade Maldonado Pitzer College and Youth Mentoring Action Network and Jesus Sanchez Gente Organizada

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12:00pm – Lunch

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1:00pm – Session Three

Panel
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  1. The Resurrection of the Black Student Athlete Activist: Capturing Lived Experiences
    Gyasmine George-Williams, University of La Verne
  2. Jazz to Hip Hop: A Musical Intergenerational Dialogue
    Torie Weiston-Serdan, Youth Mentoring Action Network and Gayle Weiston-Serdan, Youth Mentoring Action Network
  3. Hip Hop Activism in the Streets
    Anthony J. Nocella II, Fort Lewis College and Save the Kids
  4. Education, Hip-Hop, and Resistance: Empowering our communities by embracing our culture
    Oscar Gutierrez, University of California, Los Angeles

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2:30pm – Session Four

Workshop
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  • Self-Care and Student Activism: Strategies for Success
    Gyasmine George-Williams, University of La Verne

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3:30pm – Session Five

Panel
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  • Organizing for Black Students and Hip Hop Event on College Campuses from a Social Justice Feminist Lens
  1. Why Organize for Black Students and Hip Hop
    Kaidee Akullo, Fort Lewis College Black Student Union and Save the Kids
  2. The Politics and Repression of Organizing for Black Students and Hip Hop
    Kalissa Stamp, Fort Lewis College Black Student Union and Save the Kids
  3. How to Organize for Black Students and Hip Hop
    Mari Anderson, Fort Lewis College Black Student Union and Save the Kids
  4. How Not to Organize for Black Students and Hip Hop
    Tatyona Truijlo, Fort Lewis College Black Student Union and Save the Kids

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5:00pm to 6:00pm – Session Six

Workshop
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  • Poetry Behind the Walls, Security Culture, and Prisoner Letter Writing
    Anthony J. Nocella II Marissa Anderson, Tatyona Truijlo, Kalissa Stamp, Kaidee Akullo, Durango Prisoner Letter Writing

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7:00pm – Hip Hop Cypher

Benson Auditorium, Pitzer College

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