2(06) The Break Episode IV: Women In Hip-HopThe Ladies with DJ's Kween Kay$h & Toya B and commentary from Jus Moni & Kylea21682|https://www.langstonseattle.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/JusMoni.jpeg|full Saturday, November 14, 2020 | 6 PM PST Episode Four: Women In Hip-Hop In celebration of Hip Hop History Month, LANGSTON & Wa Na Wari present a rebroadcast of the full 2(06)...
2(06) The Break Episode V: The 2000'swith DJ's Freequeensee & Sureal and commentary with Yirim Seck & Njuguna Gishuru21694|https://www.langstonseattle.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/FB_IMG_1454899380331-1.jpg|full Sunday, November 15, 2020 | 6 PM PST Episode Five: The 2000's In celebration of Hip Hop History Month, LANGSTON & Wa Na Wari present a rebroadcast of the full 2(06) The Break series that debuted...
One of the longest-running Hip-Hop television programs in the nation, the Coolout Network has been “the butterfly on the wall” capturing the rich musical history that Seattle has to offer for 20 years. Originally seen on SCAN 77/29, and moving to an all-digital format in the new millennium, Coolout has covered all aspects of Seattle’s Hip-Hop culture.
LANGSTON and Holocaust Center for Humanity present Technology, the Holocaust, and Human Rights with Professor Clyde Ford, author of Think Black.
Jazmyn Scott paired two Pacific Northwest hip hop DJs per episode to collaboratively program and record a set composed exclusively of songs by local hip hop artists of a specific era, from the 1980s to the present. Each DJ was presented in a live stream program hosted by two local hip hop luminaries, bringing their unique insight to the tracks in the program and the local culture and music scene of the era represented in the episode.
On Wednesday, November 18th at 7 pm, wrapping up the celebration is a conversation with Dr. Daudi Abe and Jazmyn Scott, to discuss his brand new book, Emerald Street: A History of Hip Hop in Seattle. Registration required: tiny.cc/daudiabe
Simone Pin and LANGSTON partner to bring you Dollhouse, a Southern Gothic burlesque, live from the Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute.
LANGSTON Seattle Black Film Festival invites you to join multidisciplinary artist, curator and writer berette macaulay as she catches up with our 2020 festival award-winning filmmakers, to talk about overcoming the challenges of 2020 and what lies ahead.