Posts Tagged ‘Khafre Jay



03
Mar
17

Music of the Spheres

Music of the Spheres

April 28, 2017

Stellium will be infusing social good, an amazing feast, and music to bring to life a magical evening. Music of the Spheres is an ancient concept regarding movements of celestial bodies – sun, moon, planets and stars to form something big and create a beautiful symphony throughout the galaxy. Stellium will showcase its own interpretation on how these beautiful movements bring together various forces of good – talented artists, amazing advocates, and a sumptuous feast to make a lasting difference in the fight against human trafficking.

The Grace Cathedral courtyard will become a dinner hall where guests will enjoy a full course, decadent meal complete with wine. Following the dinner, guests will head into the cathedral which will be magically lit to feel like you are in celestial space. This incredible performance will pair a youth ensemble of strings, horns, choir, and percussion with some of the most exciting bay area bands and artists. As the performance begins and beautiful music fills the air, the audience will be left in awe of the experience.

The event will be graced with awesome live performances by our advocates and partner music artists including:

Kev Choice Ensemble
Jel of Anticon
Foxtails Brigade
Pure Powers
Jamie Way
Khafre Jay

And many more to come…

Dinner begins at 5:00 PM
Performance begins at 7:00 PM

$30 – $300

TICKETS

Grace Cathedral

1100 California Street

San Francisco, CA 94108

25
Jul
16

Elbo Room Presents Ras Kass and Planet Asia

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Wednesday, July 27, 2016

Elbo Room Presents

Ras Kass and Planet Asia

plus Khafre Jay (BPos, Hip Hop For Change)

Babii Cris

Tickets available at: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/2582337

Tickets $10 adv $12 door

ELBO ROOM | 647 VALENCIA STREET | SAN FRANCISCO, CA | 415.552.7788

14
May
16

Environmental Equity Summit

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SATURDAY, MAY 21
Environmental Equity Summit

Hip Hop For Change presents a Bay Area POC Environmental Summit, an arts and environmental advocacy event that provides a platform to discuss the environmental needs of POC, and grassroots POC environmentalist groups. It will unite like-minded environmental organizations to connect, exchange ideas, and foster lasting relationships. Attendees of all ages will enjoy a diverse line-up of exhibitors, vendors, DJs, artists, and speakers committed to environmental justice. This event will go to capacity!  Register now!

Featuring live performances by:
dead prezBambuKhafre Jay, plus more to be announced

DJs: Ren the Vinyl Archaeologist, Davey D (Hardknock Radio/KPFA) + more!

Panelists include:
Paloma Pavel (PhD), (President of Earth House Center / co-founder of the Breakthrough Communities Project)
Carl Anthony (Co-founder of the Breakthrough Communities Project)
Wanda Stewart (Executive director at the People’s Grocery and Obsidian Farm)
Zakiya Harris (Co-Director of Hack The Hood)
Davey D (Hardknock / KPFA)
and more TBA

@ The New Parish, 1743 San Pablo Ave, Oakland, CA 94612
1pm-6pm.  All Ages. FREE w/ RSVP.
More info: www.hiphopforchange.org

If you are a non-profit and would like a booth at the event, contact jp@hiphopforchange.org

Panelists:
Paloma Pavel
Paloma Pavel, PhD, President of Earth House Center, is co-founder of the Breakthrough Communities Project and served as Director of Strategic Communications for the Sustainable Metropolitan Communities Initiative at the Ford Foundation. Pavel’s academic background includes graduate study at the London School of Economics (LSE) and Harvard University. Her research at LSE addresses South African Economics in the pre- and post-Apartheid eras. Her dissertation (Organizational Culture and Leadership Development) was part of a five-year study by the Carnegie Foundation on the workplace in America, which culminated in the publication Good Work. She has taught at many Bay Area institutions, including the California Institute for Integral Studies, where she co-chaired the graduate degree program in Organizational Development. Pavel is a frequent lecturer and keynote presenter nationally and internationally on the theory of living systems and urban sustainability. At MIT Press, she co-edits the Sustainable Metropolitan Communities Books series with Robert Gottlieb. Dr. Pavel is editor of the newly released book entitled Breakthrough Communities: Sustainability and Justice in the Next American Metropolis (MIT Press, 2009).

Carl Anthony
Carl Anthony, architect, author and urban / suburban / regional design strategist, is co-founder of the Breakthrough Communities Project. He has served as Acting Director of the Community and Resource Development Unit at the Ford Foundation, responsible for the Foundation’s world wide programs in fields of Environment and Development, and Community Development. He directed the Foundation’s Sustainable Metropolitan Communities Initiative and the Regional Equity Demonstration in the United States. Carl funded the national Conversation on Regional Equity (CORE), a dialogue of national policy analysts and advocates for new metropolitan racial justice strategies. He was Founder and, for 12 years Executive Director, of the Urban Habitat Program in the San Francisco Bay Area. With his colleague Luke Cole at the California Rural Legal Assistance Foundation, he founded and published the Race, Poverty and the Environment Journal, the only environmental justice periodical in the United States. He has a professional degree in architecture from Columbia University. In 1996, he was appointed Fellow at the Institute of Politics, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University.

07
Mar
16

HIPHOPFORCHANGE PRESENTS: POWER TO THE PEOPLE! FT EQUIPTO OF BORED STIFF, RYAN NICOLE AND KHAFRE JAY

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HIPHOPFORCHANGE PRESENTS: POWER TO THE PEOPLE! FT EQUIPTO OF BORED STIFF, RYAN NICOLE AND KHAFRE JAY

Sat, March 26, 2016

9:30 pm

$15.00

Tickets

This event is 21 and over

19 Broadway
17 Broadway Blvd.
Fairfax, CA, 94930

14
Dec
15

HipHopForChange.org Presents 2016 Hip Hop Kick Off!!!

2016 Hip Hop Kick Off!!!

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Saturday, January 16 at 9:00PM to January 17 at 2:00AM

TICKETS

This will be a celebration of the New Year, 2016! Also this is the celebration of our Annual Hip Hop Holiday Monthly Donor Drive, we are aiming for 300 more monthly donors by January 1st! We are already over 130, help us reach our goal to be financially stable so we can keep teaching youth about social justice and Hip Hop culture, volunteering in the community, and throwing shows that support positive local artists with real messages!!

This is a special show, we have the potential to make Starline Social Club a monthly venue for our events, so let’s pack the place and show them how we get down!

We are bringing together some of our favorite breakout artists in the Bay:

Ryan Nicole – Artist, activist, athlete, actress, she really is “Queen of Everything”

Duece Eclipse – Nicaraguan singer, MC and activist, you can catch him on stage with Zumbi of Zion-I as well as the front man for the band Bang Data

Jeff Turner  – Definition what it means to be an MC. With catchy, danceable songs with meaning and depth, and tons of lyrical ability, he doesn’t make fans, he makes believers

Opening the show is our favorite radio hosts: Malik Diamond and Khafre Jay and your DJ’s favorite DJ, the illustrious DJ Kevvy Kevv!!

Starline Social Club
645 W Grand Ave, Oakland, CA 94612, United States