Youth Voice Nation
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America”. Creating a movement of youth equipped with the artillery of spoken word, essays, raps, sketches, and murals Youth Voice Nation communicates a powerful message of hope as it accurately describes the harsh realities faced in communities around the nation, while also painting a picture of what is still possible. This first-of-its-kind book, not only is the first to combine urban art and raw lyricism, it is also created, edited, and produced by youth. More...
This 92 Page enhanced ebook is a manifestation of an alliance of youth workers and youth, inspired by the Good Life Organization’s Fulfill the Dream Curriculum, who uses Hiphop to find personal healing and community change. It connects a variety of Hiphop education organizations around the country that teach classes and workshops that promote the elements of Hiphop and critical thinking.
The best part of this book is that it is a living document that welcomes the contributions of other youth and youth workers. Centered on the tenants of the old school mentoring the next generation of youth to find their spark of genius and use that to create change, this book is frequently updated with new material. Get your copy of this book today and enter the cypher of creatively naming and changing the world!
With this edition you will be able to experience youth voices through the elements of Hiphop. You will also find the words and messages found here challenge you to respond in your own way and share your responses with the collective community of change agents.
*** FEATURES ***
* 92 Page eBook
* Facebook -> Discuss book chapters online.
* Soundcloud -> Listen to indie hiphop artists.
* Wordpress -> Articles, blog, current events.
* Twitter -> Follow the community.
* Youtube -> Watch & learn about the Good Life Organization's movement and comunity events.
NOTE: For a greater experience with the web-based & social media features of this app., a strong
Wi-Fi connection is recommended.
For more information on the organization supporting this movement, visit our website at: