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Hip-hop as a Movement Conference

Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by Vanity, Apr 1, 2002.

  1. Vanity

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    Hip-hop as a Movement Conference

    Discussion started by Vanity - Apr 1, 2002

    http://hiphopgeneration.org

    The 2002 Hip Hop as a Movement Conference is April 19th-21st in Madison, WI

    http://www.hiphopgeneration.org/hhg_banner.gif'>


    they have this every year.. the first year had some alright shows.. the graff panel was pretty wack..it was jim prighoff, dzine, and recs.

    last year was kinda cool.. lee was there, but he bascially just showed canvases... but some of the old pics were cool. dzine was there too, but that kid's a jackass legal eagle that just does canvases and uses graff for marketing and chicks... the concerts were too much for me too (20 bucks)
    but bobbito and bambaataa dj'd at some bar... heard that was pretty cool.

    the panels are mostly on stuff like the prison industrial complex, gentrification, and misogyney (sp?).. anyway.. peace
     
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  2. railroadjerk

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    railroadjerk - Replied Apr 1, 2002

    that sounds like three days of total hell...
     
  3. beard

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    beard - Replied Apr 1, 2002

    sounds more like a week of total hell. 4 days of recovery after it.
     
  4. Ski Mask

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    Ski Mask - Replied Apr 1, 2002

    I bet everyone there got their clothes from this place:
    http://www.nothingbutfreights.com/pics/hiphop.jpg'>
    its real sadly...
     
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  5. professor poopatronic - Replied Apr 1, 2002

    AHAHAHAHAHAAAA i think that must be where some of the writers around here shop
     
  6. ctrl+alt+del

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    ctrl+alt+del - Replied Apr 1, 2002

    met some taggers downtown, they were all hiphop hardcore white kids. emceeing djing freeestyling, wrote shit like "this is Real Hip Hop" they were so fake, i was sick.
     
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    ODW - Replied Apr 1, 2002

    yeah, theres a lot of toys that write the 'real hip hop' statements and bullshit here.
     
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    ASER1NE - Replied Apr 1, 2002

    ese

    i see your move went okay and you went to metro .................
    there is way better shops downtown
     
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  9. Vanity

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    Vanity - Replied Apr 1, 2002

    actually it's mostly arrogant college kids.

    and the whole dreads seashell necklace crowd.
     
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    Ski Mask - Replied Apr 1, 2002

    Re: ese

    not quite. my plans fell through and I ended up with a two week vacation in van. I know theres better shops, but I had to flick that....otherwise no one would believe me!
     
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    ASER1NE - Replied Apr 1, 2002

    yeah i know its sad , but its close and they got cheap caps and some other crap that worth checking out .
     
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    Vanity - Replied Apr 3, 2002

    Ghostface Killah, The Wake Up Show’s Sway, and dead prez to Headline “Hip Hop
    As A Movement” Conference, April 19-21 2002


    Hip Hop Generation will host the third annual “Hip Hop As A Movement”
    conference April 19-21, 2002 at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. The event
    will feature performances, panels, photography exhibitions, film screenings,
    and strategy sessions with a specific focus on building a grassroots Hip Hop
    activist movement. Artists, activists, scholars, and students will gather for
    the three-day event to discuss and celebrate Hip Hop culture as well as to
    focus on solutions to issues facing today’s youth.


    Performers and speakers include: Ghostface Killah, Sway (Wake Up Show, MTV
    News), dead prez, Big Jaz and Immobilarie, Davey D, Fred Hampton Jr., Heather
    B, Spragga Benz, Toni Blackman, Ernie Paniciolli, Hurricane G, Cristina Veran,
    Bobby Konders, Min. Paul Scott, Abstract Rude Tribe Unique, Lord Cashus D and
    many more. The conference will highlight topics such as “The Caribbean
    Influence on Hip Hop”, “The Black Church and the Hip Hop Generation”, and “The
    State of Hip Hop Radio”. The weekend will culminate in a town-hall style
    session to address the role of Hip Hop activist organizations in their
    communities.


    Hip Hop Action Summit Network President Min. Benjamin Muhammad, HHASN Chairman
    Russell Simmons, the Active Elements Foundation, Lyricist Lounge, and
    Allhiphop.com have officially endorsed the conference and the Wake Up Show,
    Divine Forces Radio, and Hard Knock Radio will be broadcasting from the event.
    WSUM 91.7 Madison Student Radio will have exclusive pre-conference coverage
    with the artists and speakers. Registration is free and open to the public.
     
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  13. platapie

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    platapie - Replied Apr 3, 2002

    why teh hell in madison,wi? what da fuck