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The Minnesota Hip Hop Coalition would like to thank you for your interest and support for the many things that we have developing for all MN Hiphoppas. Currently The MN-HHC is opening up FREE submissions from MN Hiphoppas who would like to present their artwork and craft in a different light. We are seeking YOUR talent (music, artwork, photos, custom videos, scrapbook items, and more) to contribute for this project that will help expose a wider variety of what our MN Hip Hop Culture has to offer!

With October being the National Domestic Violence Awareness Month, our goal now is to not only raise awareness about the importance of Hip Hop Culture on the development of peace, but to also show our truest desires for sustainable and peaceful change in our communities. We will start with the art and continue in to the lifestyle, culture, and movement side of Hip Hop with this project. We will also be securing radio airplay with college radio stations throughout the entire state of Minnesota for this album project.

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The Minnesota Hip Hop Coalition is proudly announcing a brand new event series
called Breaks & Lakes that focuses on “Bringing the hottest Twin Cities Dj’s to your neck of the woods”. This event series will also bring more Authentic Hip Hop Culture throughout the entire state of Minnesota to further our mission to provide Edu-tainment (educational entertainment) as well as network with thinkers, artists, activists, and community leaders throughout Minnesota.

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James Everett, President of Subzero Collective, pointed out “just last week I declared that there was something funny going on with the lack of lawn signs and no Get Out The Vote (GOTV) money creating jobs for local non-profits, canvassers, etc”. He went on to state that “the GOP has made its move to ISOLATE Governor Dayton from the African American voter base that the people; U.S. Rep. Keith Ellison, Sen. Bobby Jo Champion, Sen. Jeff Hayden, State Sen. Bill Davis, etc.; in the Community Action investigation represent. Most of the GOTV funding is coming thru only the Keith Ellison office this time. How do people think this is effecting the election?!".

 

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GB Battle 2014 Winners Pic 3** Contributing Photos and Videos by Maggie O'Brian | For Additional Exclusive Photos Click Here **

If you didn’t already know, the 6th Annual Groundbreaker Battle is just another great example of Minnesota’s vibrant Hip Hop Culture. This annual celebration was created by The Cowles Center for Dance and the Performing Arts as an opportunity for the Hip Hop Community to showcase the benefit and value of Breakin (Break Dancing) and all 9 Elements of the Hip Hop Culture.

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Attention to all.. individuals and organizations that want to end violence in our Minnesota communities! The Minnesota Hip Hop Coalition is asking community members and organizations to bring your creative powers to the table and stand up against the powerful interests that seek to silence our people’s voices!

After a series of violent incidents/altercations throughout 2014; including EVERY previous year until today; our youth, adults, and elders of the Hip Hop Community have been under a total and complete assault.. or.. completely ignored and neglected.

To address this continued.. structuring of violence in our community, The Minnesota Hip Hop Coalition (MN-HHC) is organizing an ongoing “Peace Campaign” featuring a series of community dialogs, activities, forums, workshops, building sessions, and events titled “Turn The Volume Up on Peace”. These actions will culminate leading up to October’s Domestic Violence Awareness Month and continue to grow with additional issues surrounding violence in our community. This will allow Hip Hop Culture's main focus to overflow through 'Peace, Love, Unity, and Safely Having Fun'. So we would like to invite all community members to join us in providing critical input towards sustainable peace and violence prevention in Minnesota’s hardest hit communities. Help us Stop The Violence.. and let's Turn The Volume Up On Peace!!

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