Modern Native Voices: The Medium Of Hip Hop

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Modern Native Voices: The Medium Of Hip Hop

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Native American Voices Performance Modern Native Voices: The Medium of Hip-Hop 3:00 pm, Spoken Word; 4:00 pm, Panel Discussion/Q&A; 8:00 pm, Concert Join the Penn Museum for a unique program featuring Native American rap and hip-hop artists Def-i, Tall Paul, Wake Self, and Frank Waln. The artists offer spoken word performances before leading a panel discussion and Q&A session, sharing their own personal experiences as Natives and their paths to discovering rap and hip-hop. A live performance featuring each of the participating artists rounds out the evening. Sponsored by Natives at Penn, Greenfield Intercultural Center, Drexel University, Student Center for Inclusion & Culture, Dubois College House CPPP, the Native American and Indigenous Studies Initiative (NAIS), SPEC-trum (Social Planning and Events Committee), and ICF - The Intercultural Fund. Native American Voices public programming is generously underwritten by Delaware Investments/Macquarie Group Foundation. Free admission.

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