@Museum44 "Where Hip-Hop Meets History" is a youth violence prevention program named in honor of the "44th President Barack Obama. The program format is the use of TV & internet to reach our targeted audience and curb youth violence in urban communities nationwide. We feel this program not only should be acknowledged, but supported, endorsed and promoted by ALL legislators NATIONWIDE! "Museum 44" is using the medium of multi-media to target the young demographic, to create a network of viewers who are interested in and in need of social development of the urban community and to deploy a different approach for both at risk youth and all who are affected by the epidemic of violence in our communities. Click this link to sign the petition to bring National Awarness to the program. ----> http://signon.org/sign/local-national-politicians
483 days ago via site
PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
ATTENTION: There has been an executive order to change the game plan for TODAY. We will not be going to City Hall Anymore.... instead we will be meeting on 63rd & Cottage Grove at 12:00pm Then marching to the Alderman's Office then the Police Station. If you care at all, have been on social networks ranting and raving about what needs to be done, etc. come voice your opinions here! We are meeting to show solidarity for our collective effort to bring a stop to these senseless killings and shootings in our communities across the city. We're tired of just talking about this problem, were taking it to the streets! We will be joined by street organizations from around the City, City officials, community residents, parents and people concerned about this problem in general. We look forward to seeing you all there! Peace & Love.
484 days ago via site
In CPS Studios going through Records for #StreetOrder The Mixtape..... ANY Artists with some relevant records about Senseless Violence and the out of control epidemic going on in our City please send me the tracks to firstname.lastname@example.org