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Emcee’ing December 23, 2015

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Ourstory December 22, 2015

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Celebrate a month dedicated to hip-hop with this special screening of an 80s classic. Commemorate the 30th anniversary of the

206 Zulu and Z5360 chapters of the Universal Zulu Nation would like to call upon all Washingtonians and people of

North Beacon Hill Council – March 5, 2013: By Louis Watanabe Tonight’s North Beacon Hill Council was exciting because it

The following link provides an order entered into THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON IN AND FOR KING

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By Julie-C Published May 4, 2007 Seattle police department’s continual targeting of communities of color and lack of accountability for police misconduct and violence is at the forefront of organizing efforts in Seattle Hip Hop. In September of last year, Seattle Hip Hop pioneer DJ DV-One was assaulted by police officers attempting to inquire about his 14 year old daughter who was being detained. DV-One now faces felony assault charges and $15,000 dollars in fines. Last month, emcee, spoken word poet, and teaching Hip Hop artist Rajnii Eddins was wrongfully arrested while trying to find out why his student was being detained. Rapid response

Davey D’s 2007 End Of Year Hip Hop Awards Well folks it’s that time of year again for the annual Davey D 2007 End of Year Hip Hop Awards. This is where we dig deep and reward those for their distinguished and dubious accomplishments within the world of Hip Hop and urban music. Let’s get right to it and kick things off… Can’t Get Rid of You Award: This is for the artist who seemingly showed up everywhere from award shows to guest spots on people’s records. Leading the pack were artists like T-Pain who did songs with everyone from

Artist: Beyond Reality Title: Soul’s Journey Label: eQ Media Review Date: 4/12/07 Listen to music at www.cdbaby.com/cd/beyondreality  Reviewed by: Jieshrae Washington The reality of Hip-Hop, whether underground  or mainstream is that Hip-hop is a male dominated medium of expression.  Despite the struggle against gender biases in all walks of life, including all artistic media, women are putting in the work to fix that discrepancy.  Constantly producing refreshing new sounds that remain true to the culture, Kyleaof Beyond Reality proves that intense lyrics and dope beats aren’t just for the fellas. Combining the skills of a true lyricist and the energy of a B-girl simply put ‘Soul’s Journey’

Showcasing Seattle Women at the 2014 (Un)Conference and Film Festival Hosted by Women Who Rock Review and photography by Naomi Musgrave. On April 25, the second evening of the 2014 (Un)Conference and Film Festival was underway at Washington Hall. Hosted by Women Who Rock, the festival highlighted the work of various women in the arts. Following an afternoon of perusing the market and viewing the film festival, attendees gathered around the stage for a series of live performances.  The first was a large group of women, stepping onto the stage with a variety of stringed instruments. As the Seattle Fandango