515 Malcolm X Blvd
Harlem, NY 10037
The Hip-Hop Education Center and the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, in collaboration with, the Institute for Urban and Minority Education at Teachers College – Columbia University and the Metropolitan Center at the Steinhardt School – New York University presents Hip-Hop Education Think Tank III – Legacy Building: Cultivating a Global Cipher from the Streets to the Classroom.
Think Tank III will bring together over 300 seasoned practitioners, administrators, scholars, counselors, social workers, and teaching artists in K-12, O-S-T (out of school time) programs, and institutions of higher learning to professionalize the field of hip-hop education. The two-day event will include a keynote by Jeff Chang and the world premiere of Christopher Martin’s (Kid-n-Play) documentary Can Hip Hop Go To School?
Tickets: $40 for 1 day; $65 for both days. Limited Seating. Pre-purchases recommended. Day of seating not guaranteed.
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