FRIDAY & SATURDAY | NOVEMBER 4-5, 2005
H2ED HIP-HOP EDUCATION SUMMIT
The H2Ed program was formed in 2003 to serve educators and those committed to reaching youth through Hip-Hop culture. H2Ed was founded under the premise that Hip-Hop, the most influential cultural force today, has the power to educate, inform and empower today’s youth.
Our annual H2Ed Summit is a forum, which offers the exchange of educational curriculum and theories, to create community building, inter-generational relationships, and future leaders. With the discovery of how Hip-Hop culture works as an educational tool, the Summit includes multimedia panels, workshops, youth performances, and a town hall meeting.
H2Ed is the first ever New York City based organization to formally bring together more than 1,000 national and local educators, scholars, and organizations for a conference dedicated to connecting Hip-Hop culture and educational curriculums.
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