Visiting The Hiphop Archive
Ben Horowitz at the Hiphop Archive and Research Institute prior to his Cutting Edge Series talk.
Nasir Jones Hiphop Fellowship Press Conference
From Left: Professor Henry Louis Gates, Jr., Professor Marcyliena Morgan, Nas, & Christian Ramirez
Teen Voices Magazine Visits The Hiphop Archive
Teen Voices Summer Program members in front of the Hiphop Archive and Research Institute.
Author Meets The Critics - That's The Joint!, 2nd Edition
From Left: Murray Forman, Marcyliena Morgan, Mark Anthony Neal, Nicole Hodges Persley, Guthrie Ramsey, Jr., Joycelyn Wilson, Vijay Prashad.
Pete Rock, DJ Premier, and 9th Wonder on the HHA Turntables
Pete Rock, DJ Premier, and 9th Wonder at the Hiphop Archive and Research Institute before the "Digging" the Music of Hiphop: These Are The Standards event.
Visiting The Archive
Nas signing autographs for students after the Ask Nas: One Mic, One Question event at the Hiphop Archive and Research Institute
Katrina was a wake-up call to the Hiphop generation. And we didn’t even know we were asleep! But Katrina Knew. We knew about injustice, racism, class elitism and regional arrogance. We knew we had a president, congress and a country that seemed to be clinging to old school notions of the American dream, where the perfect America was one without cities, diversity and Hiphop...