Anchorage, AK, Tuesday Sept 16, at UAA: University of Alaska Anchorage with UAA Latino Student Union Chairman Martinez will be the guest speaker of the Hispanic Heritage Kickoff Celebration. Food is FREE....
Chairman Martinez Hosts Alaska Black Leadership Conference with US Senators Cory Booker and Mark Begich
Xclusive Interview with @5PointzNYC "MERESONE" + @420fication, #MICATS + Art/ Activism + more - @rebootcritical http://bit.ly/1i4zF99
A T-Shirt That Grow Independent Radio in the US, While Supporting an Artist in Colombia- (Ends April 11)
In 2013, Critical Reboot was founded as a way to connect grassroots organizers, activist artists and people with solutions or "solutionistas", through reliable news, critical analysis and tool driven discussions. The Critical Reboot radio program is heard on over 20 stations throughout the US and around the world online and on satellite radio. With the support of the Global Block Foundation, we are thrilled to begin our "Marketplace" section with a special limited edition t-shirt designed by Colombian graffiti artist and member of the Global Block Network, Hera Rayo. The aim of the "Marketplace" is to produce collaborative support projects that connect talented socially conscious artists to the global economy. A portion of the proceeds of every "Marketplace" item sold will go to supporting the work of the collaborating artists. www.criticalreboot.com
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Universal Zulu Nation & 3rd Eye (Sol)ation
UZN Community Day a Hip Hop Cultural Event: LET'S TEACH P.E.A.C.E.
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SUNDAY JANUARY 26, 2013 :: 12 PM- 6 PM @ 3rd Eye Solation
Featuring all the Core Elements of Hip Hop Culture: MC, DJ, Breakers, Graf Art, BeatBox, Workshops, Family & Community!!
~ ReKae Medina aka Supreme Energe (UZN)
Equipment Provided By:
~ NY Centric Entertainment LLC
~ Danny Caicedo of Dan's Photography
Music provided by:
~ DJ Cabin (UZN/ NY Centric Entertainment)
~ Prince Akeem (UZN)
~ Split Personality (UZN)
~ ATMA (GREP)
~ Samael (UZN/FRC)
~ LC The Poet (UZN)
~ Sunni Chi
Live Art By:
~ Universal Zulu Nation (UZN)
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~ 3rd Eye Solation
~ NY Centric Entertainment LLC
~ Guerrilla Republik (GREP)
~ Movement In Motion (MinM)
~ Dan's Photograpy
~ New York State of Mind
~ Global Block Foundation
~ Visual Caffeine
~ More TBA!!!
FREE for all ages and for all FREE!!!
J,M trains to Halsey Street station (about a 4 block walk)
B26 to Halsey Street & Broadway ( about a 4 block walk)
3rd Eye Solation
1501 Broadway (btwn. Cornelia St. & Jefferson Ave.)
Bushwick, BK, NYC 11211
Coming Fall 2014 -The Organic Globalizer: Hip Hop, Political Development, and Movement Culture,... The Book!
The Organic Globalizer is a collection of critical essays which takes the position that hip-hop holds political significance through an understanding of its ability to at once raise cultural awareness, expand civil society’s focus on social and economic justice through institution building, and engage in political activism and participation. Collectively, the essays assert hip hop’s importance as an “organic globalizer:” no matter its pervasiveness or reach around the world, hip-hop ultimately remains a grassroots phenomenon that is born of the community from which it permeates. Hip hop, then, holds promise through three separate but related avenues: (1) through cultural awareness and identification/recognition of voices of marginalized communities through music and art; (2) through social creation and the institutionalization of independent alternative institutions and non-profit organizations in civil society geared toward social and economic justice; and (3) through political activism and participation in which demands are articulated and made on the state.
About the Authors (Editors)
Christopher Malone is Associate Professor and Chair of the Department of Political Science at Pace University, USA. He is the author of Between Freedom and Bondage (2007) and co-editor of Occupying Political Science (2013).
George Martinez is Adjunct Professor of Political Science at Pace University, USA, and is founder/CEO of the Global Block Foundation. He serves as Cultural Envoy and Hip-Hop Ambassador for the U.S. Department of State. He is the creator of the term, Organic Globalizer.
Special thanks to all of the additional authors for their very significant contributions to this critically important project.
Table of ContentsPart I: Foundations
The Organic Globalizer, Christopher Malone, Pace University; George Martinez, Pace University
No Church in the Wild: Politics, Morality, and Hip-Hop in the Political Science Classroom, Craig Douglas Albert, Georgia Regents University, Augusta
Part II: Culture
Hip Hop, Spirituality & Empowerment From The South Bronx to the South of Florida to South America, Walter Hidalgo, Columbia University
The (Un)Conscious Underground White Rapper: Racial Silence, Hegemonic Masculinity, and Alternative White Rappers, Matthew Oware, DePauw University
Part III: Social Change
Beautiful Like Diamonds In the Sky: Hip Hop’s Impact in Post-Apartheid South Africa, Kendra King, Oglethorpe University
Hip-hop and the Reconfiguration of Blackness in Sao Paulo: The Influence of African American Political and Musical Movements in the 20th Century,Jaqueline Lima Santos, Universidade Estadual de Campinas (UNICAMP)
Representations of Chinese-ness in Afro-Cuban Hip-hop During Post-Soviet Era Cuba, Angela Ju, University of California, Los Angles
Hip-hop and the Dialects of Political Awareness: Young Immigrant Rappers and the Recognition of Difference in Vienna, Austria, Barbara Franz, Rider University
Asserting Identity Through Music: Indigenous Hip-hop and Self-Empowerment, Anne Flaherty, Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville
A New Story: Critical Education, Counter narratives, and Hip-Hop Organizing, Paul Kuttner, Harvard Graduate School of Education; Mariama White-Hammond, Project HIP-HOP
Part IV: Politics And Law
For All The Girls That Never Thought They Could Win: Hip Hop, Feminism, And Political Action, Melissa V. Harris-Perry, Tulane University; Sara Kugler Anna Julia Cooper Research Project, LLC
The Rise of the Politics of Visibility, Last Resort, and Disregard in the Oakland Underground Rap Music Scene, H. Lavar Pope, Lehigh University
Liberation Hip Hop: Palestinian Hip-Hop and the Politics of Resistance, Denise DeGarmo, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville
Men or Monsters? The Votings Rights Act of 1965 and Applied Uses of the Commercial Rap Artist, Joy Boggs
Copyright Outlaws & Hip-hop Moguls: Intellectual Property Law and the Development of Hip-Hop, Richard Schur, Drury University
Whirl Trade: The Precarious Image of HipHop in Global Economies, Fahamu Pecou
The Belly of the Beast, Keesha M. Middlemass, Trinity University
Occupy Freedom, Occupy Equality: Race and Class in the Occupy Wall Street Movement, Christopher Malone, Pace University; Davina Anderson, Pace University; George Martinez, Pace University
Critical RE:BOOT is a no holds barred critical opinion and tool based analysis show hosted by internationally recognized award winning artist, activist, educator George Rithm Martinez broadcast on the Star Com Radio Network / KKRP AM 1610.
Tune in every week on Saturday from 9 - 10am est/ 8- 9am cst live or catch the replay on the website.
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PRESS RELEASE Media Contact:
For Immediate Release Monica Arias Miranda, President and CEO
February 14, 2013 518-895-5453 / email@example.com
For Love of the Community: 40 Rising Latino Leaders
Announcing NY’s 2013 40 Under 40 Rising Latino Stars
ALBANY, NEW YORK (02-14-13) – The Hispanic Coalition NY, Inc. is proud to announce the 2013 NY’s 40 Under 40 Rising Stars. The Program recognizes members of the Hispanic/Latino community under the age of 40 who have demonstrated outstanding accomplishments and achievements in the areas of business, educations, politics, non-profit sector, community service, and more. The Rising Stars have demonstrated a quality of performance that indicates they are Leaders among their peers and will continue to develop into distinguished members in their community.
WESTERN REGION: Luis Emilio Ormaechea (35) Associate Attorney, Underberg & Kessler LLP, MarCe Zerrate (34) Founder, Colomba WNY, Inc. CENTRAL REGION: Taino James Palermo (28) Youth Development Director, YWCA of Syracuse & Onondaga County, Inc. CAPITAL REGION: Sandra Barkevich (39) Student & editor, The Student Connection, SUNY Empire State College,Kathleen O. Broadus (25) Festival Chair, Knickerbocker Film Fesitval, Claudio Gomez (28) EOP Senior Academic Advisor, University at Albany, SUNY – EOP, Ruber Rodriguez (35) Bookkeper, Glenmont Job Corps Academy, Fabrizia M. Rodriguez (25) Attorney, Law Office of Fabrizia M. Rodriguez, Esq. MID HUDSON REGION: Delsie Howey (36) CEO, Christ Our Lord Overpowers Religious Separation (C.O.L.O.R.S.), Jerry Maldonado (38) Program Officer, Ford Foundation, Julieth Nuñez (20) Student, Bard College, Hector S. Rodriguez (35) Legislator, Ulster County Legislature LONG ISLAND REGION: Silvana Diaz (27) Publisher, Noticia Newspaper,Melissa Ann Fernandez (21) Student, Adelphi University, Saul Linares (34) Activista Comunitario Hispano, Eliana Lopez (27) Editor, Noticia Newspaper, Marcos Maldonado (31) Director of Development, Mentoring Partnership of Long Island, Ana R. Martinez (29) Brentwood Gardens Community Organization/ Brentwood Board of Education, Amaury Munoz (21) President and Founder, Heart of Justice, Carmen Julia Piñeyro (36) Chief of Staff, Phil Ramos/Inc. Village of Freeport Trustee, Darlina Marielys SanchezVolunteer/Student, Long Island Civic Engagement Table (LICET), Manny Velasquez-Paredes (39) President, NSHMBA NYC & Department of Labor NEW YORK CITY REGION: Jazmin Chavez (30) Coordinator of Communications and Digital Outreach, LatinoJustice PRLDEF, Rosa Chen (23) Member, DREAM Scholars, Rafael E. Dominguez (34) Director of External Affairs, National Puerto Rican Day Parade, Andrea Garcia (39) Public Affairs Manager, New York State Unified Court System, Carlos Guevara (35) President, Organizacion Juventud Ecuatoriana, Eder Holguin (39) Virtual Fan Network, Robinson Iglesias (30) Attorney, The Law Office of Robinson Iglesias, Vicki Javier (24) Legislative Analyst, New York City Council, Lourdes Lanzot (38) Executive Assistant, UFCW Local 888, George Martinez (38) Founder/Director, Global Block Foundation, Katherine Mateo (23) Student, Stanford Law School, Jessica Medina (30) President/Founder, Loving Curves Collective LLC, Richard Nunez-Lawrence (36) President/CEO, Latino Food Festival, Lilliam Perez (37) Senior Advisor, Office of the NYS Attorney General, Juliana Perez Calle (22) Change Maker, The World, Pedro Antonio Rivera (36) Attorney, Law Office of Pedro Antonio Rivera, Yajaira Saavedra (24) Co-Founder, DREAM Scholars, Armando Somoza (31) Program Manager, Urban Arts Partnership
The 2013 Recognition Program & Reception is a ticketed-only-event and more information about tickets will be released shortly. For Sponsorship Opportunities/Journal Advertising and additional information visithttp://www.hcnewyork.com/sponsorship-patrocinio.html or call 518-512-9747.
The Hispanic Coalition NY is committed to empowering through education and by serving as a forum for engaging the public in a cultural exchange of ideas and views on social, civic, educational, and economic issues affecting the Hispanic-Latino Community.
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