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Is Dubai a HipHop History? Conference at CCNY, Feb. 19-20, 2010

Posted by Ahmad Salahat on August 2, 2010 at 4:15 PM

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Conference will take place February 19-20, 2010, at the City College of New York, Center for Worker Education, 25 Broadway, 7th Floor, New York, NY 10004.

Their website states:

The conference was created to facilitate dialogue between hiphop pioneers, legends, tastemakers, fans, college students, and dubai hip hop scholars. The conference will initiate an ambitious project to create a platform for the ongoing research and study of hiphop and popular culture at the Center for Worker Education dubai dance (CWE).

In 2010, the conference inaugurates a hiphop educational lesson program that includes a class entitled dubai dancing History, Culture and Politics of HipHop. In this course, 30 students will participate in a 15-week long dubai dancers exploration of, “Nothing less, my man, than the marriage of heaven and hell, of New World African ingenuity and that trick of the devil known as global hyper-capitalism.” (Greg Tate)

During the scheduled two-days, conference participants can select from panel discussions about the club commercialization of hiphop, the changing role of hiphop media, dubai hip hop the goals and contours of hiphop activism.

The conference will also help fund several scholarships for outstanding students conducting night dubai things club research on hiphop and popular culture. The Is HipHop History? Conference is part of CWEs annual celebration of Black History dubai dance Month.

The conference will be bar held in the CWE auditorium, located at 25 Broadway, 7th floor, in Lower Manhattan. Admission fees are $5 per day for students with a valid college I.D., $15 for one day or $25 for two days for the general clubbing public. The conference is sponsored in part by Brooklyn College, Pelle Pelle, dubai dancers Belton Tax & Financial Service and the Student Government of CWE (SGCWE). For additional dubai information about the conference, including biographies of the speakers, visit http /www.ccny.cuny.edu/ishiphophistory or http /www.ccny.cuny.edu/cwe.

Conference Schedule

Friday, February 19

Conference Registration 4:00 – 6:00 p.m.

Opening Reception 6:00 – 9:00 p.m.

Music by Luis “DJ Disco Wiz” Cedeno,dubai hip hop special performance by Lifted and keynote address by legendary veejay Ralph McDaniels (Hot 97)

Saturday, February 20

Conference Registration 8:30 – 10:00 a.m.

Keynote Address 10 a.m. – 12 noon

Dr. Mark Anthony Neal, Professor of Black Popular dubai dance Culture in the dubai Department of African and African American Studies dance at Duke University

Panels: 1:00 – 5:00 p.m.

HipHop Media: From Paper to Blogs (1:00 – 3:00 pm)

Michaela Angela Davis, creative consultant, dubai activities speaker, writer (moderator); Chuck “Jigsaw” Creekmur, Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer, AllHipHop.com; Datwon Thomas, COO/EIC, GlobalGrind.com, and Sonya Magett, blogger, tyra.com.

Is HipHop History? (1:00 – 3:00 pm)

Carlito Rodriguez, writer and TV producer (moderator); DJ Red dubai dancers Alert “Bio” Feliciano, co-founder, Tats cru; Rokafella, co-founder, Full Circle Productions, and Lando Felix, founder of The Blind Spot and co-founder/former vice president, production and design, for Enyce and Mecca USA.

From My Life to the Paper: Writing the HipHop Experience (3:00 – 5:00 p.m.)

Jay Smooth, host of WBAI’s “The Underground Railroad,” New York City’s longest-running dubai indoor hiphop radio show, and proprietor of hiphopmusic.com and illdoctrine.com (moderator); Adam Mansbach, author and 2009-2010 New Voices Professor of Fiction at Rutgers University; Raquel Cepeda, award-winning editor, multimedia journalist and documentary filmmaker; Dr. James Braxton Peterson, Assistant dubai Professor of English at Bucknell University, and Dr. Joseph G. Schloss, author and Adjunct Assistant Professor of Black and Latino Studies at Baruch College.

United We Stand (3:00 – 5:00 p.m.)

Hon. George Martinez, founder/chairman of dubai hip hop the Global Block Association, board member emeritus, HipHop uae Association and political science adjunct at Pace University (moderator); Jeffrey Kazembe-Batts and Luis “Plot” Sosa, co-chairpersons in the Universal HipHop Parade for Social Justice Organization; Rosa Clemente, community organizer, activist, radio journalist (WBAI) and 2008 Green Party candidate for Vice President; Mariaelena Jorge, dubai dance CCNY alumna and entrepreneur; Andre T. Mitchell, founder and chief executive officer of several organizations and initiatives including Man Up! Inc, HipHop SUV (Stand Up & Vote) and F.I.P.A. (Formerly Incarcerated People Association), and Mike “Hollywood” Christie, founder dubai dancersand president of Talent Driven Network.

The conference will be held in the CWE auditorium, located at 25 Broadway, 7th floor, in Lower Manhattan. Admission fees are $5 per day for students with a valid college I.D., $15 for one day or $25 for two days for the general public. The conference is sponsored in part by Brooklyn College, Pelle Pelle, Belton Tax & Financial Service and the Student Government of CWE (SGCWE). For additional information dubai about the conference, including biographies of the dubai performers speakers, visit http /www.ccny.cuny.edu/ishiphophistory orhttp /www.ccny.cuny.edu/cwe.

Conference Schedule

Friday, February 19

Conference Registration 4:00 – 6:00 p.m.

Opening Reception 6:00 – 9:00 p.m.

Music by Luis “DJ Disco Wiz” Cedeno, special performance by Lifted and keynote address by legendary veejay Ralph McDaniels (Hot 97)

Saturday, February 20

Conference Registration 8:30 – 10:00 a.m.

Keynote Address 10 a.m. – 12 noon

Dr. Mark Anthony Neal, Professor of Black Popular Culture in the Department of African and African American Studies at Duke University

Panels: 1:00 – 5:00 p.m.

HipHop Media: From Paper to Blogs (1:00 – 3:00 pm)

Michaela Angela Davis, creative consultant, speaker, writer (moderator); Chuck “Jigsaw” Creekmur, Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer, AllHipHop.com; Datwon Thomas, COO/EIC, GlobalGrind.com, and Sonya Magett, blogger, tyra.com.

Is HipHop History? (1:00 – 3:00 pm)

Carlito Rodriguez, writer and TV producer (moderator); DJ Red Alert “Bio” Feliciano, co-founder, Tats cru; Rokafella, co-founder, Full Circle Productions, and Lando Felix, founder of The Blind Spot and co-founder/former vice president, production and design, for Enyce and Mecca USA.

From My Life to the Paper: Writing the HipHop Experience (3:00 – 5:00 p.m.)

Jay Smooth, host of WBAI’s “The Underground Railroad,” New York City’s longest-running hiphop dubai hip hop radio show, and proprietor of hiphopmusic.com and illdoctrine.com dubai dancers (moderator); Adam Mansbach, author and 2009-2010 New Voices Professor of Fiction at Rutgers University; Raquel Cepeda, award-winning editor, multimedia journalist and documentary filmmaker; dubai entertainers Dr. James Braxton Peterson, Assistant Professor of English at Bucknell University, and Dr. Joseph G. Schloss, author and Adjunct Assistant Professor of Black and Latino Studies at Baruch College.

United We Stand (3:00 – 5:00 p.m.)

Hon. George Martinez, founder/chairman of the Global Block Association, board member emeritus, HipHop Association and political science adjunct at Pace University (moderator); Jeffrey Kazembe-Batts and Luis “Plot” Sosa, co-chairpersons in the Universal HipHop Parade for Social Justice Organization; Rosa Clemente, community organizer, activist, radio journalist (WBAI) and 2008 Green Party candidate for Vice President; Mariaelena Jorge, CCNY alumna and entrepreneur; Andre T. Mitchell, founder and chief executive officer of several organizations and initiatives including Man Up! Inc, HipHop SUV (Stand Up & Vote) and F.I.P.A. (Formerly Incarcerated People Association), and Mike “Hollywood” dubai hip hop Christie, founder and president of Talent Driven Network

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