ᴍᴏᴍᴍᴀ’s ʜɪᴘ ʜᴏᴘ ᴋɪᴛᴄʜᴇɴ ᴠᴏʟ. 12
is celebrating its twelfth year of existence! There is so much excitement that comes from being able to provide a safe space for our community to be itself, raw, candid, and liberated. As we have tapped into and addressed dozens of issues over the years we have seen an incredible amount of growth from the inside out. Our organization has had an opportunity to expand and provide smaller showcases across NYC and beyond. This experience has given us a chance to connect with other artists who have never heard of us and share that platform of truth and freedom with them. As we grow, so does the message of Peace, Love, Unity, and Having Fun.

Our theme this year, ” Do What You Love. Love What You Do.” is inspired by YOU. As a community, our collective consciousness has elevated exponentially. We have all leveled up and it feels great. We have been able to use the art of Hip-Hop as medicine and as a way to call back our individual and collective power. Together we have used poetry, song, dance, and art as our shield and as our weapon against oppression and the debilitating disease of self-sabotage. Our dedication to seeking justice for ourselves and our community is done with vast amounts of courage, boldness, and passion. We are unapologetic now, it is second nature and we know how to manage it. We are encouraged by the fact that true love ALWAYS wins and we love ourselves enough to be fully immersed in making a difference.

Please come out and celebrate our resilient spirit and that of our ancestors on Saturday, March 2, 2019. Join us for a FREE, all-ages concert to kick off International Women’s Month at Hostos Center for Arts and Culture (Bronx, NY) from 2 to 5 pm. Our showcase will be featuring female emcees, poets, b-girls, deejays, dancers, graffiti artists, vendors and more. There will be FREE HIV Screening provided during the show.

Saturday, March 2nd, 2019
@ the Hostos Center for Arts and Culture
450 Grand Concourse (at 149th St.) Bronx, NY(Main Theater)
Time: 2-5pmThis event is FREE and open to all ages.

For more information about the event, please
Visit our website @ http://www.mhhk.org

Or email mhhk@mhhk.org


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