Culture As Capital: How We Can Use Hip Hop To Re Claim Representations Of Women In Media

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The Foundation: Celebrating Women in Hip Hop says
Presentation & Discussion Facilitated by Piper Carter with a Performance by Mahogany Jones.

Wayne State University
Community Arts Building
March 22, 2017
7-10pm
FREE ADMISSION

Please come especially Wayne State Students, Anyone Studying Women & Gender Studies, anyone in any Women's groups, Clubs, or organizations, Community folks, People from your workplace, etc.
& bring your students, friends, youth, and anyone you feel may be interested in Women Centered as a focus.

Please help me spread the word,
see attached flyer:

"Culture as Capital:
How We Can use Hip Hop to ReClaim Representations of Women in Media:
A critical discussion of community cultural wealth."

Lead by Piper Carter (co-Founder of “The Foundation: Celebrating Women in Hip Hop” @wefoundhiphop )

This program presented by The National Black Operations Business Association. (N.B.O.B.A.) at Wayne State University is open to all ages, teens, adults, students, professors, faculty, and community are welcome.

This session will be a general discussion around some of the popular/mainstream images of Women that we see or hear on a daily basis. I will present about some of the work I have been doing with Women involved to provide a different perspective or point-of-view that a lot of the people won't necessarily know about. I will also incorporate different multi-media, videos and music clips, to emphasize certain points and frame the conversation. A healthy question and answer period will be offered following the presentation.

@wefoundhiphop
@pipercarter
@mahoganyjonz
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By: The Foundation: Celebrating Women in Hip Hop

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