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Hip Hop Summit at Highline Community College

Hip Hop Summit at Highline Community College

Some believe that hip-hop is dead. According to Northwest based hip-hop group, Blue Scholars, “it’s not, it’s just malnourished and underfed.” True story. Hip-hop music and culture is continuously thriving and evolving. Since it’s inception, each day has been a stepping stone for this multifaceted channel of expression.

On February 26 and 27, 2009, Highline Community College presents “The Hip-Hop Summit.” A two day long event showcasing a culture defined by creativity, diversity, knowledge and evolution. Help us gain strength in our movement and spread the word. Hip-hop don’t stop!

Hip Hop Summit Showcase – February 26, 2009

The History & Evolution of Hip-Hop with King Khazm
Keynote: Hip Hop Politics with Dr. Tricia Rose
Panel Discussion: Misconceptions of Hip-Hop

Hip Hop Summit Showcase – February 27, 2009

Art Showcase
ICC – Poetry Lounge and Open Mic

Doors Open at 7pm

2 v. 2 Break Battle
With Performances by:
So HyDef, Nam, Khingz, Gabriel Teodros, The Parker Brothers, Common Market

Highline Students $5, General Admission $10

Highline Community College, 2400 S. 240th St, Des Moines, WA 98198

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