With Liberty and Hip-Hop for All

5 to 8 p.m., March 27 to 28, 2013

Calling all educators, activists, program directors and students! Please signup, attend, and share this exciting event with everyone. 


Everyday, we teach in the classroom, educate in the community, or organize in our institutions to create positive change. To celebrate our accomplishments and continued efforts to create change and address social injustices, I invite to join us for a program called "With Liberty & Hip-Hop For All," a two-part series March 27-28 that showcases how various art forms can celebrate, recognize, and push us to create positive change in our communities. Come to any or all of our programs. All are FREE and open to the public. 


This series is brought to you by the UA's Justice Education Diversity Internship (JEDI) program and sponsored by the UA Residence Life Social Justice Program, Africana Studies Department, Women's Resource Center, Disability Resource Center, Confluencenter, African American Student Affairs, Asian Pacific American Student Affairs, Chicano/a Hispano Student Affairs, Native American Student Affairs, LGBTQ Affairs and the UA Student Services Fee.


March 27, 2013 - doors open at 5:00pm (Checkout the event on Facebook)

Modern Languages, Rm 350

MAIN EVENT: A Talk with Jeff Chang, author of Can't Stop Won't Stop: A History of the Hip-Hop Generation. In this seminal piece, Mr. Chang used hip-hop culture to radically remix the last 25 years of political and social history.

March 28, 2013 - doors open 6:00pm (Checkout the event on Facebook)

Social Sciences, Room 100

MAIN EVENT: Concert by OuterSpaces, a visionary force of emcees and hip-hop poets representing the strength in marginalized identities. Their show OuterSpaces: Power in the Margins, will feature the spitfire wordplay of Invincible (Detroit), the soul-stirring spoken word of Climbing PoeTree (Brooklyn), and the irrepressible flow and flavor of Las Krudas (Havana). Don't miss this international, bilingual, pansexual, polyracial, multi-media, cross-genre collaboration of artists.

  • Learn more about the artists 
  • Opening performances by local Tucson Youth Poetry Slam artists (TYPS advocates literacy, critical thinking, and youth voice through poetry competitions, workshops, and community showcases. TYPS competitors are 19 or younger.)