Last year was very well attended, youth and community engaged extremely well and everyone learned some new useful information. This event is now in it’s 7th year, and for the fourth year in a row with over 1000 attendees, We Found Hip Hop is partnering with The Charles H Wright Museum to celebrate Dilla Youth Day. This day is a highlight during African American History […]Read More Dilla Youth Day S.T.E.A.M. Maker Space event set to occur at The Charles H. Wright Museum on February 11, 2018.
DILLA YOUTH DAY DETROIT 2016 PRESENTED BY: The Foundation of Women in Hip Hop SPONSORED BY The Charles H Wright Museum, Whole Foods, Foundation Management LLC, Allied Media Projects, The Detroit Digital Justice Coalition, Art + Culture + Education + Technology + Fun = #DILLAYOUTHDAY Celebrating Black History Month @ The Charles H Wright Museum of […]Read More 5th Annual DILLA Youth Day Detroit 2016 at The Charles H. Wright Museum
Support WOMENinHIPHOP This May is the 6th Anniversary ofTheFoundation of WOMENinHIPOP Click on the images below to link to a few ways you can support our mission and our cause. (Click image above to learn more) Women in Hip Hop as Resistance and Expression Crowdfunding Campaign to send Youth to The Allied Media Conference #AMC2015 (Click […]Read More This May is the 6th Anniversary of TheFoundation of WOMENinHIPOP
Detroit’s Hip Hop Community joins Enough SAID to End Sexual Assault with 2nd Annual Denim Day Detroit For a second year in a row, Inspirational hip hop artist, MAHOGANY JONES is bringing Denim Day to Detroit in honor of Sexual Assault Awareness Month! This year’s event introduces a partnership with Enough SAID (Sexual Assault In […]Read More Denim Day Detroit Returns to End Rape Kit Backlog
CLICK THE IMAGE TO LINK TO THE FULL PDF DESCRIPTION OF EVENT. SPONSORED BY The J DILLA Foundation, The Charles H Wright Museum, Whole Foods, D.I.M.E. (Detroit Institute of Music Education), Foundation Management LLC, Allied Media Projects, Music Industry Academy, The Detroit Digital Justice Coalition, Detroit Future Schools, Detroit Future Youth, The Heru Organization, Modern […]Read More Dilla Youth Day 2015 @ The Charles H Wright Museum Presented By The Foundation of Women in Hip Hop
The Arab American National Museum will host a courageous conversation through our partners at TAKE ON HATE next week. Bring your questions, comments and concerns as we come together to discuss Black and Arab solidarity with the community and field experts in light of recent events. We are ready to engage in a courageous conversation. […]Read More REAL TALK: Where is the Solidarity? From Ferguson to Dearborn.
On Monday, October 27, 2014 from 6-8pm join us at Marygrove College in the Main Dining Hall of the Madame Cadillac Building to hear a panel of men advocates discuss intimate partner violence. Organizations that would like to have a free display table call 313-927-1484. Space is limited and we give priority to Domestic Violence […]Read More SASHA Center + Marygrove College collaborate to discuss Intimate Partner Violence!
For this year’s PURE Purple event, we’re doing something completely different. On Friday, October 17th, Mahogany’s PURE Movement is hosting a PURE Purple Soiree Masked Party at Drive Table Tennis Social Club. It’s more party then program and is really just a fundraiser for Handbags for Hope, a local nonprofit that serves domestic violence shelters […]Read More Pillow Fight Oct 17 + 18
This focus of this group is to provide a space for women to come together and talk about their portrayal in hip hop. September 10th-thru-October 29th Occurring Dates: Wednesday’s TIME: 6pm-8pm Registration Deadline Date: MONDAY, September 8, 2014 Held at: Marygrove College- 8425 West McNichols Rd., Detroit, MI 48221 ~Women must call and register before […]Read More A Confidential Peer-Support Group Series