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Urban Culture News Hip Hop Takes Their Concerns to the Nation's Streets
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Written by Robert ID4483   
Monday, 11 August 2008 12:38

Since May 2008 Conversations Book Club and Shadow Play Entertainment has been working together with a distinguished panel of individuals to discuss issues that affect the Hip Hop community. Panelists Eddie Wright, Deanna Tisdale, Attorney Martin Perkins, Maeson, Jokah the General, Chele, Trill and Berlinda White have been taking their views to the streets in hopes of sparking conversation within their community.

Began by Hip Hop and Books founder Cyrus A. Webb, the discussions have been nationally recognized for their depth and commitment to providing a voice for the Hip Hop community, without adding to the stereotypes that exists about those in the industry.

With four success forums behind them (HIP HOP: Why the bad ''rap''?, HIP HOP: A Friend of enemy of women?, WHAT's IN A WORD: Double standards in Hip Hop and America and HIP HOP AND POLITICS: Can the two work together for the good of the community?), the group is preparing for its most exciting debates to date: BLACKS AND OBAMA: A Vote of Conscience, Conviction or Color?

Discussions will begin in Mississippi later in August 2008 and continue across the country. For more information, contact Cyrus A. Webb at 601.896.5616 or via email at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it . You can also visit http://www.HipHopandbooks.com

or http://www.myspace.com/HipHopandbooks to find out when the discussions will be visiting a city near you.

Urban Culture News Hip Hop Takes Their Concerns to the Nation's Streets

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