Tuesday, March 8, 2022

Peace In The Streets on Wednesday, March 9, 2022, at 3 PM PDT at Catch One in Los Angeles

 


 

March 09

Hip Hop 4 Peace Town Hall: PEACE IN THE STREETS

About this event

Hip Hop 4 Peace, in association with The Peace Alliance, The 11 Eleven Network, and Groundwurk Studios today announced a live-stream community event, Hip Hop 4 Peace Town Hall: Peace In The Streets on Wednesday, March 9, 2022, at 3 PM PDT at Catch One in Los Angeles.

This event will bring together the largest gathering of Hip Hop artists in recent years, community stakeholders, and elected officials who will address the recent uptick of gun violence in Hip Hop culture and call for peacebuilding measures. The live-stream can be viewed on the VYRE Network, Hip Hop TV.com, The 11 Eleven Network, and Swagg Media.

Although peace is the foundation of Hip Hop, the recent rise of gun violence has created an untenable environment in and outside of the culture, impacting communities nationwide. With one rapper dead every 44 hours due to gun violence, the Hip Hop community can no longer be silent about the prevalence of guns on the streets and the resulting environment of violence and harm.

The date of March 9th is significant as it marks the 25th anniversary of the killing of Christopher “Biggie” Wallace in Los Angeles. And sadly, Hip Hop continues to struggle today with the senseless killings of young rappers.

“We were very intentional in selecting March 9th as the day to bring artists, activists, officials, and peacebuilders together in the hopes of effectuating real change,”

stated Tina Marie Tyler, creator and executive producer of Hip Hop 4 Peace Town Hall: Peace In The Streets. “We must support Rep. Barbara Lee’s Bill HR: 1111 which elevates peacebuilding to the executive branch of government and will provide financial resources directly to communities.”

ARTISTS - CONFIRMED

  • TRAE THE TRUTH
  • DJ BATTLECAT
  • HAKIM GREEN
  • LIL EAZY E
  • DJ YELLA
  • CHRIS THE GLOVE
  • KING T
  • DJ SPARK
  • DJ SILKY D
  • DJ JAZZY D
  • MEDUSA
  • MONEY
  • WATTS STIXX
  • NATURAL RED
  • LONZO WILLIAMS
  • DJ CLI N TEL
  • COMMUNITY LEADERS - CONFIRMED
  • BEN CRUMP, ATTY.
  • REP. BARBARA LEE
  • REP. MAXINE WATERS
  • SKIPP TOWNSEND (2nd Call)
  • HH ANDREW WILLIAM JR. (Five Points Youth Foundation)
  • CHICO BROWN (Compton Empowered)
  • BIG MONE (Ruthless Records)
  • THERESA KING (Eradicate Hate)
  • DR. CANDICE NORRIS BROWN (TeleHelp 24/7)
  • COMMUNITY PARTNERS CONFIRMED
  • THE PEACE ALLIANCE
  • UNIQUE WOMEN’S COALITION
  • AFRIKA ENTERPRISES
  • ANTI-VIOLENCE, SAFETY & ACCOUNTABILITY PROJECT
  • BEAUTIFUL RESILIENCE
  • BLAZE CONSULTING
  • BRING THE PEACE MOVEMENT
  • CIRCLE OF BROTHERHOOD
  • DREAM DEFENDERS
  • ED LOVER'S C'MON SON
  • THE ETHAN THOMAS FOUNDATION
  • EMPOWERING YOUNG VOICES
  • FLORIDA RESTORATIVE JUSTICE ASSOCIATION
  • HER MUSEUM
  • WORK IT WELL
  • HIP HOP CAUCUS
  • INNERG
  • K.I.N.G. MOVEMENT
  • LET'S GO CHAMP
  • SOUTHERN FLORIDA PEOPLE OF COLOR
  • UNITY 360 INSTITUTE
  • POET LAUREATE OF STOCKTON
  • THE ECHO CHAMBER
  • WE CAN'T BREATHE
  • ERADICATE HATE
  • LIVE YO LIFE
  • ZULU NATION
  • LYRICAL REVOLUTION

 

Media RSVP

Inquiries to juliette@itgirlpr.com or renee@renegadepr.com

Audience RSVP to hello@hiphop4peace.com or register here for free tickets

 

 

 

Black Emergency Managers Association International

Washington, D.C.

bEMA International

Cooperation, Collaboration, Communication, Coordination, Community engagement, and  Partnering (C5&P)

 

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