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Prior to the pandemic, and at the insistence of one of our prior guests Dr. Elliot Gann, I visited Mott Haven Community High School in the Bronx, to see J.C. Hall’s Hip Hop Therapy Studio program in action. This full fledged recording studio was filled with students, hanging out after school to craft, rehearse and record music and spoken word. They…
 
Khafre Jay is the founder and executive director of Hip Hop For Change, a nonprofit that is empowering youth, adults, and entire communities through the power of Hip-Hop music and culture, with a focus on social justice. We’ll hear how activism nonprofit experience from outside of Hip-Hop can be applied to the advancement of these ideas, how their …
 
On this episode, artist, activist and educator, Ellect gave us a taste of how his work with #HipHopIsVoting was aimed at making an impact on the 2020 election cycle as well as the future of civic engagement. As we saw from some local elections, and in a big way in Georgia, these ideas have merit, and can indeed help bring about major change. Ellect…
 
On this episode of Hip-Hop Can Save America! aka ‘the world’s smartest Hip-Hop podcast’, (we think very deeply). A look at the intersection of Hip-Hop and philosophy with Dr. Mark Sanders of the University of North Carolina. Our HQ: www.hiphopcansaveamerica.com Review us! www.RateThisPodcast.com/hiphop Support the show! www.patreon.com/mannyfaces…
 
On this episode of Hip-Hop Can Save America! We hear from Genesis Be, a lifelong artist activist who has put her career, and life, on the line making politically charged music, groundbreaking public statements and quite literally, helped make history. www.RateThisPodcast.com/hiphop www.hiphopcansaveamerica.com www.mannyfaces.com…
 
On this episode of Hip-Hop Can Save America!, healing trauma in young people through therapeutic beat making. Dr. Elliot Gann of Today's Future Sound breaks down the concept, his acclaimed work in the field, and the neuroscience behind it all. www.hiphopcansaveamerica.com www.ratethispodcast.com/hiphop…
 
Scholar, youth leader, minister, poet, rapper, and content curator for probably the largest Hip-Hop based education community in the world -- Timothy David Jones. Timothy, who is currently a lecturer and Hip-Hop Scholar in Residence at Teachers College, Columbia University, details his path to Hip-Hop based education, how he e-stumbled into his #Hi…
 
For close to 20 years, Corey James Gray (formerly known as Illspokinn) has been at the helm of Freestyle Mondays, a live, interactive, Hip-Hop event series featuring gameshow-styled, impromptu rap battles, backed by an incredible live band. It's among the best Hip-Hop experiences in the world (and has, in fact, branched out to several countries). C…
 
Entrepreneurship, the independent media landscape, being Black in media and self-care gems from TK Dutes and C, owner-operators of online, community-oriented radio station Bondfire Radio. LIVE at 1pm EST every Monday through Thursday in the month of September, join Manny Faces in exploring innovative, inspiring, and sometimes surprising ways that H…
 
Established in 2016, #VTDITC "fosters community-based experiential learning for & by artists, fans, & scholars" at Virginia Tech. Craig Arthur, the head of community engagement for the university's library system, heads the program which brings the college and the community together through Hip-Hop music and culture. LIVE at 1pm EST every Monday th…
 
A fascinating discussion about the ways Hip-Hop music and culture are yielding positive results when applied in school counseling and mental heath therapy settings with youth. LIVE at 1pm EST every Monday through Thursday in the month of September, join Manny Faces in exploring innovative, inspiring, and sometimes surprising ways that Hip-Hop music…
 
Sommer runs The Mixtape Museum, dedicated to documenting, archiving, and preserving the history and artifacts related to mixtapes, showcasing their importance to the spread of Hip-Hop music and culture in the U.S. and throughout the world. She also runs an acclaimed initiative called #HipHopHacks, which uses Hip-Hop music and technology to engage w…
 
Educator and co-founder of nonprofit Hip Hop Association of Advancement and Education talks about teaching with and about Hip-Hop on a collegiate level, adapting through the COVID-19 crisis, and the organization's upcoming Global Conference on Hip Hop Education, taking place in February, 2020. LIVE at 1pm EST every Monday through Thursday in the mo…
 
Dr. Nate Nevado is a college educator and counselor whose primary concern is helping guide students to success -- both academically and in life. On this episode, he explains how Hip-Hop music and culture help him do both. Part of a special LIVE podcast series, broadcasting at 1pm EST every Monday through Thursday in the month of September, 2020. Jo…
 
Delvyn Case is an educator, musician, and writer who covers the intersection of popular music and Christianity. We discuss his recent op-ed, "Why White Christians Need Hip-Hop." Hip-Hip Can Save America! LIVE is a month-long livestream series happening at 1pm EST every Monday through Thursday in the month of September. Join Manny Faces in exploring…
 
#CultureFix is a "global network of creatives who are making social impact," often intersecting with the Hip-Hop community to help connect and facilitate collaboration and collective progress. Co-founders Nora Rahimian and Natalie Crue join Manny Faces to discuss the past, present, and future of the movement. LIVE at 1pm EST every Monday through Th…
 
Today's guest is Elena Romero, professor at the Fashion Institute of Technology, and author of Free Stylin': How Hip Hop Changed the Fashion Industry, who recently made an appearance on Netflix documentary, The Remix: Hip-Hop X Fashion. The Hip-Hop Can Save America! podcast is LIVE at 1pm EST every Monday through Thursday in the month of September.…
 
LIVE at 1pm EST every Monday through Thursday in the month of September, join Manny Faces in exploring innovative, inspiring, and sometimes surprising ways that Hip-Hop music & culture are uplifting and improving humanity -- in areas such as education, science & technology, health & wellness, social justice, the fine arts, and much more. Today's gu…
 
News Beat blends high-level social justice journalism, including interviews with academics, activists, and directly to those affected by injustice, lays it all down over a mood-setting musical bed, and often interspersing original lyrical contributions from independent Hip-Hop artists. This compelling podcast was awarded Best Journalism Podcast at …
 
LIVE at 1pm EST every Monday through Thursday in the month of September, join Manny Faces in exploring innovative, inspiring, and sometimes surprising ways that Hip-Hop music & culture are uplifting and improving humanity -- in areas such as education, science & technology, health & wellness, social justice, the fine arts, and much more. Special gu…
 
Today's guest, acclaimed Hip-Hop photographer and author Ernie Paniccioli ("Hip-Hop At The End of The World: The Photography of Brother Ernie"), whose work is featured by the Cornell University Hip-Hop Collection archive, and has recently been made available for free, public online access. LIVE at 1pm EST every Monday through Thursday in the month …
 
LIVE at 1pm EST every Monday through Thursday in the month of September, join Manny Faces in exploring innovative, inspiring, and sometimes surprising ways that Hip-Hop music & culture are uplifting and improving humanity -- in areas such as education, science & technology, health & wellness, social justice, the fine arts, and much more. Special gu…
 
If there was an activity that anyone could participate in, young to old, corporate to entrepreneurial, creative types to analytical types, high school educated up to PHds, and that this activity could help enhance their communication skills, their ability to think on their feet, to quickly adapt to changing circumstances, to become a better talker,…
 
LIVE at 1pm EST every Monday through Thursday in the month of September, join Manny Faces in exploring innovative, inspiring, and sometimes surprising ways that Hip-Hop music & culture are uplifting and improving humanity -- in areas such as education, science & technology, health & wellness, social justice, the fine arts, and much more. Special gu…
 
LIVE at 1pm EST every Monday through Thursday in the month of September, join Manny Faces in exploring innovative, inspiring, and sometimes surprising ways that Hip-Hop music & culture are uplifting and improving humanity -- in areas such as education, science & technology, health & wellness, social justice, the fine arts, and much more. Special gu…
 
Silent Knight is an acclaimed independent Hip-Hop artist, artist-in-residence for the award-winning social justice podcast, News Beat, and an Innocence Project artist ambassador, and frontman for the fusion group, The Band Called FUSE. LIVE at 1pm EST every Monday through Thursday in the month of September, join Manny Faces in exploring innovative,…
 
Hip-Hop just might be the most malleable of musical genres -- it is built off of the foundations of so many other genres, and is itself perhaps the most mashiest up of all musical mashups -- so by its very nature, blending in other genres -- from jazz to Latin to classical have often proven to be often surprisingly fluid And if you are the type to …
 
Few would disagree that the education system in America could use some tweaking. Maybe large-scale reform. Perhaps even a complete overhaul. Educational output across most metrics fall short of where we probably want to be as a nation, and in some aspects -- particularly with poorer populations and especially communities of color, the outlook is ev…
 
Introducing, Hip-Hop Can Save America! Mini-Episodes! Full-length, in in-depth interviews with individuals and organizations using Hip-Hop music and culture to uplift humanity are super important, and I'm honored to be able to do them. I have a bunch more on the way, but in the meantime, there are so many examples of innovative and inspiring events…
 
On this episode of Hip-Hop Can Save America… Dr. Lauren Kelly teaches teachers how to teach using Hip-Hop -- We speak about why it works, and some things to watch out for. Plus, info on a brilliant, student-led Hip-Hop academic conference coming soon. A lot of our episodes delve into the wide world of hip-hop education. I’ve seen so many examples o…
 
Ben Merlis isn’t a Hip-Hop historian by nature, but he has had his feet in the music business for decades, and since his early days, has been a superfan of rap music, with a particular affinity to the iconic artist collective that emerged from Queensbridge, New York in the late 1980s -- the Juice Crew. Led by the late pioneering radio jock Mr. Magi…
 
A renowned "hip-hop diplomacy" program called Next Level, run by the United States State Department, sends groups of hip-hop teaching artists to places throughout the world as cultural ambassadors. The program is designed to bridge cultural divides, facilitate understanding, and express and heal trauma, all through hip-hop music and culture. On thi…
 
Jarritt Sheel is an assistant professor of music education at the Berklee College of Music in Boston, MA. He is also a fifth-year doctoral candidate at Teachers College, Columbia University in the Music and Music Education Department. He is a professional musician who has toured the world and led youth ensembles in places like Jazz at Lincoln Cente…
 
On this episode, I'm speaking with Richard Achee. Richard works in Strategic Partnerships at Google, and through Google’s Code Next initiative and a partnership with Rapport Studios, created an initiative called Python MC that uses hip-hop music to teach young people the basics of computer coding. I’ve seen it action several times now, and it’s one…
 
For a few days, the Jay-Z / NFL deal was all that anyone in hip-hop or sports was talking about. It was polarizing, and many people felt many types of ways about it. But like a tornado, the ruckus seems to have disappeared as quickly as it came. I think we should be continuing to bring the ruckus.By The Center for Hip-Hop Advocacy / Manny Faces Media
 
Dr. Gloria Ladson-Billings' theories and research around culturally relevant pedagogy has been a foundation of forward thinking education circles, and many of today’s leading hip-hop educators are proving her work to be vital in improving how we teach our kids. She is, as some refer to her, the OG at this, and it is fitting that it is with Dr. Lads…
 
Tierney Oberhammer is the Director of Production for Flocabulary, overseeing content creation, working with rappers, singers and producers to make music that aligns with K-12 curriculum. She has helped create hundreds of videos ranging from math to social and emotional learning, and spearheaded a series on social justice. Tierney is a passionate ad…
 
Ben Oritz serves as the assistant curator for the Cornell Hip-Hop Collection, a part of Cornell Library’s Rare and Valuable Manuscript department. As someone who is very much of the culture, we hear about his work in this esteemed position, what the collection consists of, and why it is so important to archive hip-hop culture in an institution like…
 
On this episode, we return to the hip-hop education space, as I talk with Dr. Andrea Hunt. Dr. Hunt developed and teaches a Sociology of Hip-Hop Culture course at the University of North Alabama, and while she is very much involved with the regional hip-hop community, what I really like about her course and her work, is that she is bringing hip-hop…
 
My guess is that if you’re listening to this show, you’ve heard of a lil ol musical called Hamilton. The unlikely mix of hip-hop and live theater caught many mainstreamers off guard with its multi-cultural, multi-genre approach to the stage. But what not enough people know, is that Hamilton is not a one-off. Hip-hop and live theater have a history …
 
On this episode, Manny Faces speaks to artist, educator and entrepreneur Gil Perkins, aka Sage Salvo who, founded a literacy program called Words Liive that helps teachers build standards-aligned lessons that integrate music and media, increasing student engagement and educational success. Sage details the core offerings of this groundbreaking prog…
 
A veteran of more than a dozen international tours, including as a State Department Cultural Ambassador with the Music Abroad Program, Mikal Amin is someone I consider to be the epitome of a hip-hop teaching artist. He’s taught master classes, led workshops, lectured, published essays, produced and curated events, and most important, stood right by…
 
This episode, I speak to Mark "Metal" Wong and Steve "Believe" Lunger from Hip Hop Fundamentals. Based in Philadelphia, Hip Hop Fundamentals is an educational company run by breakdancers, whose mission is to “use the dynamic American art form of Breaking to effectively teach academic content, youth empowerment, and social issues.” With a roster cho…
 
This episode, Manny Faces talks with Dr. Ian Levy about hip-hop and school counseling. Dr. Levy was the 2016 New York State school counselor of the year and is currently Assistant Professor of School Counseling at Manhattan College. Levy, who has been recognized for piloting the development, implementation, and evaluation of a Hip Hop based counsel…
 
On this inaugural episode, host Manny Faces is joined by Dr. Bettina Love, an award-winning author and Associate Professor of Educational Theory & Practice at the University of Georgia. Her research focuses on the ways in which urban youth negotiate Hip Hop music and culture to form social, cultural, and political identities to create new and susta…
 
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