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 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
How Hip-Hop, dance & movement help guide Aysha Upchurch in her Hip-Hop education & youth empowerment work at Harvard's Graduate School of Education
Dance, Hip-Hop culture, international diplomacy and more, with the director of Urban Artistry and Next Level, Junious Brickhouse.
Hip-Hop meets the orchestra with Thee Phantom and his Illharmonic Orchestra, merging the worlds of classical and Hip-Hop music for 20+ years.
Professor & MSW program director Dr. Raphael Travis Jr. breaks down the 'healing power' of Hip-Hop music and culture
Social worker & artist J.C. Hall breaks down how Hip-Hop can heal the wounds we can’t always see
Khafre Jay helms Hip Hop For Change, a nonprofit empowering youth, adults, and communities through the power of Hip-Hop music and culture
On this episode of Hip-Hop Can Save America! aka ‘the world’s smartest Hip-Hop podcast’, how Hip-Hop can help civic engagement with artist, educator and activist Ellect.
Yes. We think very deeply. This episode explores the intersection of Hip-Hop and philosophy with Dr. Mark Sanders of the University of North Carolina.
Genesis Be, a lifelong artist activist who has put her career, and life, on the line making politically charged music, groundbreaking public statements, and history.
Dr. Elliot Gann of Today's Future Sound breaks down Therapeutic Beat Making, his acclaimed work in the field, and the neuroscience behind it all.
Scholar and minister, Jones incorporates Hip-Hop in his work educating and counseling young people, with remarkable results.
For close to 20 years, Corey James Gray (formerly known as Illspokinn) has been at the helm of live event series, Freestyle Mondays
Entrepreneurship, Independent Media & Self-Care Gems from TK Dutes and Conscious, owner-operators of online, community-oriented radio station, Bondfire Radio (www.bondfireradio.com).
Criag Arthur heads the #VTDITCprogram which brings the college and the community together through Hip-Hop music and culture.
How Hip-Hop music and culture are yielding positive results when applied in school counseling and mental heath therapy settings with youth
Sommer runs the #HipHopHacks initiative that introduces young people to STEM/STEAM fields, and The Mixtape Musuem
Dr. Tasha Iglesia is an educator and co-founder of nonprofit Hip Hop Association of Advancement and Education
Dr. Nate Nevado is a college educator and counselor using Hip-Hop music, culture, and lifestyle to help guide students to success
We discuss Delvyn Case's recent op-ed, "Why White Christians Need Hip-Hop." on the Hip-Hop Can Save America! podcast
#Culturefix: A "global network of creatives making social impact," often intersecting with the Hip-Hop community to facilitate collaboration
How Hip-Hop Remixed The Fashion Industry with Elena Romero (Fashion Institute of Technology, Netflix...
Elena Romero, professor at the Fashion Institute of Technology, and author of Free Stylin': How Hip Hop Changed the Fashion Industry
Lori Rose Benson, CEO and Executive Director of Hip Hop Public Health, a nonprofit that is "building health equity" through Hip Hop.
Award-winning News Beat podcast powerfully blends high-level social justice journalism with Hip-Hop music and original lyrics.
Critical Hip-Hop Pedagogy, Working with Institutions and Empowering Youth with Mikal Amin [LIVE 09-10-2020]
Our guest on this episode, teaching and recording artist, educator, curator and Hip-Hop education advocate Mikal Amin
Our guest on this episode, legendary Hip-Hop photographer and author, Ernie Paniccioli
Hip-Hop Pedagogy: Teaching Math & Teaching Teachers with Dr. Marti Cason #HipHopEd [LIVE 09-07-2020]
Our guest on this episode, educator and #HipHopEd advocate, Dr. Marti Cason
How a sub-set of Hip-Hop can help enhance linguistic skills, mental acuity, and self-confidence, from the streets to the corporate boardroom.
Our guest on this episode, multi-talented artist and producer, Adum7 (fka MeccaGodzilla, Ravage)
MC, actor, playwright, teaching artist, and creator of The Museum of Dead Words, Dyalekt
Award-winning News Beat podcast artist in residence, Innocence Project ambassador, frontman for the incredible Band Called FUSE, and all-around cool cat, SILENT KNIGHT
Mashing up Hip-Hop and Bluegrass -- Groundbreakingly creative or a match made in unholy matrimony? Fusion group Gangstagrass says, just you listen.
We recap a conference at one of the most prestigious educational institutions examining how Hip-Hop music and culture can influence and uplift education.
Dr. Lauren Kelly teaches teachers how to teach using Hip-Hop music & culture -- We talk about why it works, and some things to watch out for. Plus, info on the Hip-Hop Youth Research & Activism conference.
Interview with Ben Merlis, author of Goin’ Off: The Story of the Juice Crew & Cold Chillin’ Records, exploring their influence on Hip-Hop history.
The power of hip-hop diplomacy -- Using hip-hop to foster goodwill and bridge cultural divides across the globe.
Podcast interview with Jarritt Sheel of the Berklee College of Music about hip-hop music education, teaching hip-hop as music.
Interview with Google's Richard Achee who created 'Python MC' which uses hip-hop music to teach young people the basics of computer coding.
For a few days, the Jay-Z / NFL deal was all that anyone in hip-hop or sports was talking about. It was polarizing, and many people felt many types of ways about it. Now, after some time has passed, there remains one glaring mistake.
An update on the future of our groundbreaking Hip-Hop Can Save America! podcast, plus, a quick take on hip-hop, social justice, and the one...
Dr. Gloria Ladson-Billings [Hip-Hop Education Pioneer] – Interview on the ‘Hip-Hop Can Save America!’...
The O.G. of culturally relevant pedagogy, the foundation of hip-hop-based education. CLICK HERE TO SUBSCRIBE TO THE HIP-HOP CAN SAVE AMERICA! PODCAST FOR FREE Many of...
Tierney Oberhammer of Flocabulary [Hip-Hop Education] – Interview on the ‘Hip-Hop Can Save America!’...
Tierney Oberhammer is Director of Production at Flocabulary, working with rappers, singers & producers to make music that aligns with K-12 curriculum.
CLICK HERE TO SUBSCRIBE TO THE HIP-HOP CAN SAVE AMERICA! PODCAST FOR FREE Now, through the years, particularly when speaking to folks who don’t necessarily...
Dr. Hunt developed and teaches a Sociology of Hip-Hop Culture course at the University of North Alabama
In this episode, Manny Faces speaks with one of the innovators who has been rocking hip-hop theater for well over a decade in a...
On this episode, Manny Faces speaks to artist, educator and entrepreneur Gil Perkins, aka Sage Salvo who, founded a literacy program called Words Liive.
Kevin Kosanovich founded the College of William & Mary Hip Hop Collection dedicated to documenting and preserving Virginia’s hip-hop history
Mikal Amin (fka The Hired Gun) an interdisciplinary hip-hop artist and educator who has been manifesting music and message since 2000.
Hip Hop Fundamentals is an educational company run by breakdancers, using "Breaking" to teach academic content, youth empowerment, and social issues.
This episode, Manny Faces talks with Dr. Ian Levy about hip-hop and school counseling. CLICK HERE TO SUBSCRIBE TO THE HIP-HOP CAN SAVE AMERICA! PODCAST...
On this inaugural episode, host Manny Faces is joined by Dr. Bettina Love, an award-winning author and Associate Professor of Educational Theory & Practice at...