Hip-Hop veteran and author MC Lyte has teamed up with Spelman College to host Hip-Hop Week starting today (Oct. 31).
Hip-Hop Week will focus on the negative imagery of women in Hip-Hop as well as the effects on the youth and culture.
The week will also focus on the passing of C. Delores Tucker, who is one of the first black women to address the negative images in Hip-Hop on a national level.
The event which is being held at Spelman College, will feature special guests Yo-Yo, Cheryl “Salt” James, Chuck D, Da Brat and many others.
Hip-Hop Week is scheduled to be held Oct. 31-Nov. 4 at Spelman College’s main campus.
For more information log onto www.Spelman.edu