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Thursday, March 28 • 10:30am - 4:30pm
Hip Hop Academia: Elevating Marginalized Voices In The Classroom

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We will discover the power of storytelling and media production to elevate marginalized voices in the classroom and global culture, and learn how to effectively wield these tools to reshape the narrative of our country. Participants will experience a curriculum design that is inclusive of traditionally marginalized voices, using hip hop and rap as primary texts rather than the traditional literary canon; voices like Kendrick Lamar, Erykha Badu, and local San Diego artists. We will sample found footage from historical events and learn how to edit it together with music and voice recordings from leaders like MLK Jr. and Malcom X. Other historically marginalized voices from various ethnic groups will be studied according to participants preferences. We will create a short video to serve as a course of study and platform for marginalized voices. Attached is a link to a video that showcases a product analogous to what participants will make. https://youtu.be/UNy6nY3isak

Moderators
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Oscar Carrion

Teacher, Gary and Jerri-Ann Jacobs High Tech High

Speakers
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Dennis Walker

Multimedia Production Teacher, High Tech High, San Diego, CA
I like making films and traveling.


Thursday March 28, 2019 10:30am - 4:30pm
HTM 11

Attendees (22)