2nite! T. Miller + Shamako Noble + DLabrie in #Detroit Feature at @5eGallery at The Commons Fundraiser for @EMEAC
This Week we are Blessed to Feature: Award Winning Poet Natasha T. Miller + Hip Hop Congress Founder Shamako Noble w DLabrie.
Natasha T. Miller is currently ranked as the number 5 female slam poet in the world, She now produces the popular “Its Not About You Poetry Slam Series.” Recently she started her own publishing company “All I Wanna Say Publishing” and published her first book of quotes “Dreams Of A Beginner.” She is currently finishing her memoir titled “Rape, Suicide, God, and Poetry.”
Read more about T. Miller, find her poetry, bio, images on her site:
Shamako Noble is a hip hop artist, cultural organizer and political theorist. As an activist and organizer he is best known for his work with the Hip Hop Congress.
Read more about DLabrie, find his music, bio, & images on his site:
Known for sharp, witty, poetic and relevant rhymes, with diverse subject matter, that he calls “Bay, Universal (B.U) Hip Hop”
DLabrie is also known for his work in the community with Hip Hop Congress (Deputy Director), and the Hip Hop Chess Federation (DLabrie penned one of the theme songs for HHCF).
Read more about DLabrie, find his music, bio, & images on his site: http://www.dlabrie.com
Feature #1 10:30pm
Feature #2 12 midnight
About The Foundation of 5eGallery
This evening is dedicated to celebrating, supporting, and creating empowering images of Women through Performance, Film, Videos, Internet and other forms of media. Open Mic, Freestyle Cipher, Graffiti, B-Girls, showcases, special guests, & other surprises.
We are a Collective building a movement. We also support each other by meeting every week on to organize, workshop, strategize, discuss issues, do artist development, and connect as Sisters.
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4th Anniversary video: Returning The Feminine To Hip Hop Culture http://youtu.be/X8Ds23sK9eY