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Hip Hop Youth Empowerment Workshops
Hip Hop Youth Empowerment Workshops

Teens- Join us for workshops, hosted by Kerwyn Phillip, that teach the origins of hip hop culture and discuss issues and events that influence lyrical content of music today.

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