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Urban Culture News Black Hand Entertainment Prison Tour
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Written by Robert ID3374   
Wednesday, 28 February 2007 00:04

On Saturday February 24th, 2007 Black Hand Entertainment CEO Chaz "Slim" Williams continued his prison tour by making a stop at the Federal Penitentiary in Coleman, Florida. This stop on the tour was a part of a Black History Program titled "Black Block History".

Mutulu Shakur, father of hip hop rap icon Tupac Shakur (2Pac), created the title and concept of the program in an attempt to unite street blocks with prison blocks. In doing so the goal was to reduce black on black prison and gang violence around the country.

Other goals included aiding in the elimination of the black prison revolving door syndrome, promoting education, garnering legal support against excessive sentencing, and bringing a code back to the street.

The program incorporated workshops and performances by Ja Rule, Grafh, Prinz, and Mike Beck. Charles Dutton, (of television sitcom ROC) also participated at a nearby medium security federal prison in the Coleman Prison Complex. Disturbing The Peace President Shaka Zulu's father also headed a workshop at the maximum security facility.

The tour is heading to New York's Rikers Island, Sing Sing, and Arizona State Penitentiary during the month of March.

More information can be found thru the following resources -

Sneek

www.myspace.com/J23ball

HipHopGame TV Host

http://www.hiphopgame.com/hhgtv.php3

Writer

www.SmokingSection.net

Marketing/Internet Promotions Coordinator

Black Hand Ent.

www.Grafh.com

www.BlackHandEnt.com

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Urban Culture News Black Hand Entertainment Prison Tour

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