Mama Africa, 06/05/2013
Interview: Artist Andrew Coffin talked about their youth art programs and the upcoming music daylong celebration Maine Hip Hop Summit. Which will be a celebration of hip-hop art, dancing and music aimed at youths with positive-message DJs/rappers, a b-boy dance contest, and graffiti-style painting. In addition, the gentrification of East Bayside neighborhood is discussed and the importance of hip-hop in connecting with youth and the community.
Call-in(s): None in this episode.
WMPG, community radio, college radio, Andrew Coffin, Maine Hip Hop Summit, youth engagement, Cognizant Sound, Miztah Lex, DJ Bookum, Mike Be (of Educated Advocates), Zach Broda, gentrification
African American Studies | Radio
Whitten, Keita, "Mama Africa, 06/05/2013" (2013). Mama Africa. 12.