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Future of Hip-Hop: America's Newest Indigenous Art 

When: Sat., Aug. 13, 8-11:30 p.m. 2016
Price: Free
TED style conference presenting innovators and disruptors within the 3 main fields of Hip-Hop: Graffiti, Dance, and Music. Presenters will present their work and ideas on what the future holds for their field. They will be: music director of Ensemble Mik Nawooj, JooWan Kim, executive director of Hip-Hop For Change, Khafre Jay, Davey D from Hard Knock Radio, Graffiti legend, Ernest Doty, all female Hip-Hop dance troupe, Mix'd Ingrdnts, Turf dance greats, TURFinc, Damian Madray of the experiential art series, Glint, and nationally acclaimed soul singer, Martin Luther. Sponsored by Akonadi Foundation, The City of Oakland and Hard Knock Radio.
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