Enough is Enough: Hip Hop for Justice, Nov 1
Posted by raleighfist on September 28, 2008
ENOUGH IS ENOUGH: Hip Hop for Justice
Saturday, November 1st 7:00 – 11:00 pm $5
Fruit of Labor World Cultural Center, 4200 Lake Ridge Rd, Raleigh
Come join Black Workers for Justice youth and FIST youth for a night of hip hop, spoken word and political discussion! With the upcoming Obama election, youth, workers and all oppressed people have a historical moment to celebrate. However, it is forces in power at the top that control the major corporations and media that are trying to pressure Obama to hide and distance himself from the issues that greatly impact our lives!
Youth are Standing up against…
Racism, Sexism, and War
One Mic at a Time!
Youth are Speaking out For…
Workers’ Rights, Jobs, Living Wages, Education,
and to Bail Out the People Not the Banks
one verse at a time…
The Beast (Durham)
DJ Pancakes (Raleigh)
Wisdom Pharoah (Greensboro)
Corey Swain (Rocky Mount)
Dasan Ahanu (Durham)
Poet the Next Revolution (Durham)
Tramekabactive (Rocky Mount)
Harmony (Chapel Hill)
Milton Terry (Rocky Mount)
Directions to Fruit of Labor World Cultural Center:
From I 540, drive down Capital Blvd towards downtown Raleigh. Make a right at the light on New Hope Church Road (Wallgreens and Crystal Palace Chinese restaurant are also on the right). Make the first right on Deanna Ln and second left on Lake Ridge Dr. The center is the long, grey building on the corner.
From downtown Raleigh or I-440, drive up north Capital Blvd towards Wake Forest. Make a left at the light on New Hope Church Rd (CVS on right, Walgreens on left). Make the first right on Deanna Ln and the second left on Lake Ridge Dr. The center is the long, grey building on the corner.
For more information call 919-539-2051