The 6th Annual Hip Hop Congress Conference will take place in Athens, OH July 4th through July 8th, where chapters nation-wide and Hip-Hop artists will come together and discuss issues related to urban music.
The Hip Hop Congress is a non-Profit organization that was created to ignite civic action and cultural creativity within the Hip-Hop community.
With over 35 chapters throughout the country, Hip-Hop Congress works with artists, organizers, promoters and a host of other universities and institutions to unite, educate, and empower individuals through Hip-Hop music.
The goal of this year’s national conference will be to continue developing a national service infrastructure alongside a variety of other national organizations, student groups, artists and partners.
Workshops are scheduled to include intensive sessions on the initial four elements of Hip-Hop, interactive discussions on Health Care, International Hip-Hop, Hip-Hop and Education, Women in Hip-Hop, Event Planning, the Recording Industry, Youth Violence and more.
Additionally, each night will feature performances showcasing independent acts.
Previous performers that have participated in Hip Hop Congress events include Ghostface, Brother Ali, Zion I, Percee P, Living Legends, Jurassic 5, Tha Jacka, DJ Crucial, Common Market, and All Natural Inc.
Organizations such as The Zulu Nation, The Temple of Hip Hop, Hip Hop Caucus, Mississippi Artists and Producers Coalition, Hip Hop Action Summit Network, and others have also been invited to attend.
The conference’s current sponsors include Unite Here, SPAN, and H2A.
For more information, contact www.hiphopcongress.com