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  • Jonathan B Tucker: Pimpin’

    Jonathan B Tucker: Pimpin’

    Jonathan B. Tucker is a performance poet, facilitator, youth worker/advocate, community organizer and coach of the DC Youth Slam Team. He uses performance art to start conversations about social justice issues, focusing his efforts primarily on engaging and supporting young artists and activists in the DC/MD/VA area. He has led high school students on year-long journeys with Operation Understanding DC, exploring cross cultural dialogue and traveling down south to study the Civil Rights Movement. In 2010 with the DC Commission […]

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  • Princess of Controversy: The Voice

    Princess of Controversy: The Voice

    Soulful! Powerful! Engaging! Sexy! Conscious! True hip-hop. All of this and more make up the dynamic ARTIVIST, Princess of Controversy. Her debut album release, Personal Messenger, hit the ground running in 2004 & took by storm the attention of the Metropolitan area. Princess likens herself to the style of Lauryn Hill mixed with a splash of Queen Latifah & the boldness of Betty Wright. POC is a refreshing new face to the world of “Femcees.” The ARTIVIST has a deep […]

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  • Dawn Hall: Monologue

    Dawn Hall: Monologue

    Dawn L. Hall was born in Washington D.C. Dawn is a Method Actor and uses film as her platform to explore innovative, spiritual techniques that focus on the liberation of Soul. Since 2009, Dawn has been making her presence known in the independent Film circuit , splitting her time between DC and New York working on several films like “The Man Behind the Curtain“. Dawn recently played, Sandra, a brave victim of teenage suicide in the feature, “59 Seconds.” Her multidimensional […]

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  • Bomani Armah: Mosque at Ground Zero

    Bomani Armah: Mosque at Ground Zero

    Meld the cutting social wit of Aaron MacGruder and the boundless creativity of Andre 3000, and you have a glimpse of multi-media artist, Bomani Armah. Bomani is a man of many titles, skills and alter egos.

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  • Bomani Armah: The “N-Word”

    Bomani Armah: The “N-Word”

    Meld the cutting social wit of Aaron MacGruder and the boundless creativity of Andre 3000, and you have a glimpse of multi-media artist, Bomani Armah. Bomani is a man of many titles, skills and alter egos.

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  • Mix – Mountain Beat-Box

    Mix – Mountain Beat-Box

    Virginian native Amanda Monrow mixes it up with Solomon Slyce one of South East DC’s best beat-boxers.

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  • Spicee Poet: Lions Tigers Bears

    Spicee Poet: Lions Tigers Bears

    Linda Elliott:  http://spiceepoet.blogspot.com/ or http://twitter.com/#!/spiceepoet

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  • Mello D: Hip-Hop

    Mello D: Hip-Hop

    Hip-hop band Mello-D & the Rados was founded by Darnley “Mello-D” Hodge in Richmond, Virginia in 1996. Mello-D was born August 1, 1977 in New Haven, Connecticut. In 1980, he and his family moved to Alexandria, Virginia. At the age of nine Darnley started playing clarinet and saxophone. He also began rapping.

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  • Bobby Beatz: Fatherhood

    Bobby Beatz: Fatherhood

    Bobby Beatz, Bio: I am a lot of things Rapper, Husband, Father, That Dude, Rap George Clooney, Vigilanty, Writer, Producer, Actor, Son, Abstract, Street, Backpack, Next Level, Addict, Old School, Issue to Issue, Child of the November Sky, Scorpion King, Epic Flow, Throwback, Steeler Nation, in progress, to be continued… From: Pittsburgh, DMV, MV, Brooklyn they are all home to me! http://soundcloud.com/kwame-is-beatz

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