Rock The School Bells 4

***Rock The School Bells is back for its 4th year!***

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The event is aimed to educate and empower the youth, students, and the communities at-large about the importance of education and personal development through the various mediums of hip-hop.

The conference provides an array of educational hip-hop workshops such as:
Hip-Hop 360 (History & Evolution of Hip-Hop) by Zulu Gremlin
Beatz and The DJ Project presents: DJ Fundamentals: History, Culture, and Technique
Hip-Hop and Social Justice by Gabe Delrokz Delcruz
Weapons of Mass Promotion by Paloma Belara of PapaLoDown PR
Street Dance Fundamentals by Zulu Gremlin, Fayzo, and the Renegades Crew
The B.R.S. Arts Alliance presents: Boog-A-Loo, Robottin’, & Struttin’: Northern California Dance Styles & History
Freestyle and Party Dance by Dennis Infante of DSPlayers/Groovemekanex/MuthaFunkers
It Is Written: Graffiti Workshop by Fury & Cio
The Block Party: Event Planning & Active Engagement by Mandy Lau
Hip-Hop Entrepreneurship/Hip-Hop Economics Panel w/ Davey D, Aries Nunez of D2S, Naru Kwina, CEO of Hip Learning, DJ Agana and many others.
+ many more…

***We will conclude with an exciting evening concert from 7-10PM celebrating the many elements of hip-hop.***

Artists include:
Jupiter 7
Dirty Boots w/ Denizen Kane of Typical Cats
La Femme Deadly Venoms
The Art of Teknique
Digital Martyrs
Aftermath Dance Company + Aftermath Youth
Groove Against The Machine
+ many more!!!

We will also be recognizing our scholarship recipients with a Special Recognition ceremony.


Presales (March 5-March 23 or until sold out)
Conference + Concert – $20
Conference – $12
Concert – $12

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**IMPORTANT**: If you purchased conference tickets, please log onto this web link to register for specific hip-hop workshops:

All proceeds go to educational scholarships for high school and college students.

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Be part of one of the most educationally-driven and socially-responsible event of 2011. As we say at Rock The School Bells, we call it a movement, because it was meant to be moved.


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