As part of this years Hiphop History Month we continue to examine the Origins Of Hip Hop culture in this half hour documentary scheduled to air statewide Sunday, November 16th, 2014 @ 7pm on tptmn and uncovers why historically the African American community has been under and un-insured. As Hip Hop continues to look at Health, Love, Awareness, & Wealth this documentary follows the historic road of health insurance which has been rooted in isolation and from that a sense of self-reliance. But cultural changes in society, and dawning of the historical Affordable Care Act, there carries some surprises that we must take in to consideration and create further action.
This Minnesota Channel can be a bit hard to find, depending on how one gets their broadcast media. Below is link to info on where you can find this and future broadcast times. It also has a 'where to watch us' tab that tells you where to find tptmn on various services.
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The Minnesota Hip Hop Coalition (MN-HHC) is dedicated to the preservation of our states Hiphop Kulture. Our goal is to facilitate critical thinking in order to foster social change and unity by empowering communities through the use of Edu-tainment, leadership, mentoring, as well as media & technology, as to preserve the Hiphop Kulture for future generations.
The focus of the Minnesota Hip Hop Coalition (MN-HHC) is to educate as well as network with thinkers, artists, activists, and community leaders throughout Minnesota. Through this we will work to enrich the Hip Hop Community, and promote positive, resourceful, interdependence, and consciousness that will help to create a progressive change in our society as a whole.
The Minnesota Hip Hop Coalition (MN-HHC) has developed an Authentic Hip Hop Academic Studies Program based in the lineage of Kool DJ Herc, Afrika Bammbataa, the Teacha “KRS-One”, and Minista Zin Uru of The Temple Of Hip Hop.
The MN-HHC will be able to provide access to a Hip Hop Academic Curriculum rooted in teaching the origins and deeper principals of living an authentic Hip Hop experience!!
The MN-HHC provides a Hip Hop Academic Curriculum to educate students of all levels so they posses a base knowledge of Hip Hop that will guide communities through the proper ways to approach Hip Hop in all areas of life. This is an accumulated curriculum that has been specifically influenced by the contributions of our Hip Hop Pioneers. From now on others teach hip-hop (products/services).. but we will also teach Hiphop (consciousness) & Hip Hop (culture)!!