Ernie Paniccioli interview - Hip-Hop Can Save America! podcast
LIVE, Mondays-Thursday in September 2020 at 1:00 pm EST

Peace & love everyone. Here’s where you can find all the info you need to watch and interact with the September 2020 LIVE series of “Hip-Hop Can Save America!”, aka ‘the world’s smartest Hip-Hop podcast.”

HERE’S WHERE YOU CAN WATCH THE SHOW LIVE, OR ON-DEMAND

FACEBOOK – Manny Faces Page
FACEBOOK – Manny Faces personal profile

FACEBOOK – The Center for Hip-Hop Advocacy page
YOUTUBE – Manny Faces channel

HERE’S HOW YOU CAN GET THE SHOW (PLUS A BONUS EPISODE EVERY FRIDAY) ON YOUR FAVORITE PODCAST OR STREAMING APP

Apple Podcasts
Spotify
Google Podcasts
Stitcher
Any other podcast or streaming audio app

HERE’S WHERE YOU CAN LISTEN TO EPISODES ON THE WEB

www.hiphopcansaveamerica.com

HERE’S HOW YOU CAN SUPPORT THE SHOW

Patreon page
Merchandise (shirts, hats, etc.)
SPREAD THE WORD (it’s FREE!)

Thank you for your support.

 

EPISODES

Jay Hill from Brooklyn Rising

Celebrating 50 Years of Hip Hop on New Year’s Eve in BK with Jay...

Jay Hill talks about his plans for a New Year’s Eve’s Hip-Hop fueled celebration in the heart of Brooklyn, celebrating 50 years of Hip Hop
Hip Hop at school at the J.C. Montgomery School in King County Detention Center

Stories With Style – Hip Hop at School in the Kings County Juvenile Center

Stories With Style is a student-centric project which gives young people the opportunity to share stories through rap, beat making and art
Promo picture of DJ educator and artist LiKWUiD

Hip-Hop, Social Justice & Independent Artistry with LiKWUiD

An interview with LiKWUiD, one of the brilliant "Artists in Residence" for the multiple award-winning News Beat social justice podcast.
Carnegie Hall's LeBrandon Smith interview

Hip Hop at Carnegie Hall with LeBrandon Smith

Hip-Hop is changing lives for the better…. at Carnegie Hall. We hear from LeBrandon Smith, the Manager of Social Impact at Carnegie Hall’s Weill Music Institute.
Andrea Ferrero of Pockets Change on Hip-Hop Can Save America! podcast

Hip-Hop and Financial Literacy with Andrea Ferrero of Pockets Change

Andrea Ferrero of Pockets Change discusses educating the world about financial literacy through a Hip Hop based pedagogy.
Jonathan Beatty aka the “Chief Bookman,” founder of I LOVE BOOKS, an apparel startup on a mission to end illiteracy

Hip-Hop, Community & the Fight To End Illiteracy with Jonathan Beatty (ILOVEBOOKS.org)

Jonathan Beatty aka the “Chief Bookman,” founder of I LOVE BOOKS, an apparel startup on a mission to end illiteracy
Aysha Upchurch of the Harvard Graduate School of Education as a guest on the podcast, Hip-Hop Can Save America!

Hip-Hop Education, Culture, Movement & Empowerment with Aysha Upchurch

How Hip-Hop, dance & movement help guide Aysha Upchurch in her Hip-Hop education & youth empowerment work at Harvard's Graduate School of Education
Junious Brickhouse as a guest on Hip-Hop Can Save America podcast

Dance and International Diplomacy with Junious Brickhouse

Dance, Hip-Hop culture, international diplomacy and more, with the director of Urban Artistry and Next Level, Junious Brickhouse.