BRIDGEPORT, Conn. -- "A Hip Hop Expression of Black History" to recognize the role African Americans have played in history is Saturday, March 4 at the Margaret E. Morton Government Center.
This event, organized by My Brother’s Keeper, includes a Black historic art exhibit, a panel discussion on hip-hop and youth violence, and award presentation.
Activities include a DJ contest, break dancing and poetry.
Special invitations will be extended to founders of hip-hop including Kool Herc, Red Alert, and various artists.
The event begins at 11 a.m. at the Center, 999 Broad St., Bridgeport.
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