Sardines and Pork and Beans: Harness the Power of Hip Hop

using the spirit of hiphop for grassroots organizing and growing non-profits

Hip-hop culture is a flashbang that has flickered and flamed strong. Come explore how grassroots culture and arts nonprofits can sustain growth and engage the community using five elements of Hip Hop culture. 

Camille Sledge, William Sledge and James Heiskell, musicians and teachers at the School of Hip Hop, Phoenix, will lead this interactive session designed to help you tap into the power of change by using consciousness to stoke the potential energy and turn it kinetic.   

This session, part of the annual College of Integrative Sciences and Arts' Humanities Lecture Series will be held on Thursday, Jan. 24 at 6:30 p.m. in the Cronkite School of Jounalism and Mass Communication Building, room 128, at ASU's Downtown Phoenix campus. 

 

Department: 
Languages and Cultures, College of Integrative Sciences and Arts
Contact: 
Mirna Lattouf
Phone: 
602-496-0638
Part of the ASU Humanities Lecture Series
Location: 
Cronkite/Eight Room 128
Campus: 
Downtown Phoenix campus
Price: 
Free