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New Year! January 2018

Welcome everyone to 2018.  So glad that you made it with us.  Hip Hop Humanism is proud to be in 2018 with those who follow us and those who are just finding out who we are.  Thank you for the support that we have received thus far from the actual and virtual community.  We finished up last year with a bang.  We started our “Let’s Make Art” program and our co-founder, Hip Hop pioneer Dana Dane, co-authored a book called  ‘Dwaffes – A Family Talks Cancer, which discusses cancer on a level that children can understand. 

So what does the year of 2018 hold for Hip Hop Humanism?  Well of course we will still be promoting and showcasing Hip Hop artistry.  We will also bringing you information on different activist and humanitarians in the Urban community that are doing their part to help make the world a better place for all of us.  We plan on launching our “We Can Make Music” program this year and continue the “We Teach Kids to Fish” and “Let’s Make Art” programs out of our initiative.  We will continue to do our part in our communities and across the United States.

We want to thank everyone who has supported us in 2017.  We were brand new to the scene and was unsure if what we were attempting would be successful.  However, we do feel a level of success.  We have met some awesome people who love Hip Hop and humanity.  We have got to experience Hip Hop history first hand and the Annual “MCA Day” event that was held in Brooklyn last year.  We have watched artist grow and prosper and we have directly effected our community positive ways.  We can only hope that 2018 is just as and much successful than the last year.

If you are interested in joining the Hip Hop Humanism community, feel free to visit our website www.hiphophumanism.com and you can make a profile to give your opinions and post your music for others to listen to.  All that we ask is that the artistry be positive and that everyone respects each other as human beings.  Enjoy this year and remember Hip Hop is NOT dead.  Be looking for our “Artists of the Week” showcases that continue to help prove that point.

 

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