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  • Profile: Culture Shock DC

    Profile: Culture Shock DC

    Culture Shock® DC is a part of a network of Culture Shock® organizations around the country and in Canada who bring the power and beauty of hip-hop to diverse audiences via professional entertainment, dance education, and community enrichment programs. http://cultureshockdc.org

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  • Simone Jacobson: Hip Hop As A Tool For Cultural Diplomacy

    Simone Jacobson: Hip Hop As A Tool For Cultural Diplomacy

    Born in Phoenix, Arizona, Simone Jacobson is a Washington, DC-based writer, performer and curator of artistic talent, projects and programs. She is founding co-director of Sulu DC, a monthly showcase of Asian and Pacific Islander American performing artists. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in French Language and Literature from the University of Maryland. Her writing has appeared in Beltway Poetry Quarterly and on multiple blogs including IHM9to5, The Lantern Review and The Couch Sessions. Her project and arts management […]

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  • Simone Jacobson: Favorite Teacher

    Simone Jacobson: Favorite Teacher

    Born in Phoenix, Arizona, Simone Jacobson is a Washington, DC-based writer, performer and curator of artistic talent, projects and programs. She is founding co-director of Sulu DC, a monthly showcase of Asian and Pacific Islander American performing artists. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in French Language and Literature from the University of Maryland. Her writing has appeared in Beltway Poetry Quarterly and on multiple blogs including IHM9to5, The Lantern Review and The Couch Sessions. Her project and arts management […]

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  • Zurin Villanueva: Shakespeare Sonnet 129 (Monologue)

    Zurin Villanueva: Shakespeare Sonnet 129 (Monologue)

    Zurin is a proud native of Brooklyn, NY. She began trainging in dance at age 7 at the Brooklyn Music School in Brooklyn. Following tap she trained in ballet, jazz, and modern dance (horton and graham technique) as a student in The Dance Theatre of Harlem’s pre-professional program. She is a graduate of Laguardia High School for Music and Art and the Performing Arts as a drama major (aka The Fame School). She went on to graduate summa cum laude […]

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