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Education @ the Schomburg: Spring Cinema Series: The Hip Hop Project

April 18, 2013

Program Locations:

Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, Langston Hughes Auditorium
For ages 13 to 18 years

"If you had the whole world listening, what would you say?"  That is the central question of this stirring film inspired by a formerly homeless teenager, Kazi, and a group of NYC teens who embark on a unique journey of self-discovery as they dare to reach for their dreams.  Follow their story as they overcome obstacles and produce a powerful and thought-provoking album and this documentary. Post-screening discussion with Chris "Kazi" Rolle. Find out more about the film at  Recommended for Grades 7-12. 

Free! Register by email: or call (212) 491-2207.
Check out the full Spring Cinema Series:
May 31: Precious Knowledge
June 7: TBA
June 20: TBA

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