Hip Hop for Change, a non-profit organization that uses grassroots activism to educate people about socio-economic injustices and advocate solutions through Hip Hop culture.
Among many other functions, Hip Hop for Change raises funds for local causes that enrich marginalized and historically oppressed communities.
Along those lines, the organization is hosting its 3rd annual Women’s Empowerment Summit next month at The Uptown Night on March 9th in Oakland.
This event will feature powerhouse female panelists and musical artists sharing their personal journeys and discussing a diverse range of issues, from racial justice to intersectionality.
The panel will feature speakers such as acclaimed writer, Aya de Leon, and positive Hip Hop artists such as Sa-Roc and Alia Sharrief.
The phenomenal women featured in this event will be given a platform to share their views on the current societal landscape, address societal issues they constantly strive to improve, and impart knowledge on how to uplift ourselves and actively empower and embolden our female leaders and community members.