News/Media

2014 GA Summer Highlights

Highlights from our 2014 summer programs in the DC area. The multiple videos in this playlist will auto-play in sequence by default.

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Gabriel Asheru Benn feature in Washington Post 2012

A recent Washington Post article featuring Guerilla Arts Founder, Gabriel "Asheru" Benn, and his work as an educator, Hip Hop artist, and youth advocate. http://wapo.st/ufCFfB

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Gabriel Benn, M. Ed. Feature in Ebony Magazine (June 2010)

Gabrien Benn took part in an interview that has been featured in the June issue of Ebony Magazine. Entitled, “Whose Your Daddy: Four Men On Fatherhood”, the article is a must-read. Download the 5-page excerpt from Ebony below. Download pages 1-2(.PDF) Download pages 3-5(.PDF)

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Coming to America — Jan. 2010!!!

Check in our Press/Events section for the official press release.

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H.E.L.P. is on the Way!!

Here is the newest commercial for H.E.L.P., the Hip Hop Educational Literacy Program...

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The District Rhyme, Teaser #1

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Youth Empowerment Through Hip-Hop

The S.H.A.R.P. program in Washington, DC encourages students to express themselves through hip-hop. By writing lyrics, rapping, and creating music tracks, the students are empowered to speak openly about their identities and life experiences.

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S.H.A.R.P. Summer ’09 Mixtape!! FREE Download

Guerilla Arts presents the critically acclaimed S.H.A.R.P. Summer '09 Mixtape! Created by the students within S.H.A.R.P. at Ballou High School, the mixtape is available as a FREE download here. Download the S.H.A.R.P. Summer '09 Mixtape here

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Guerilla Arts Teacher Template (Download)

Guerilla Arts Teacher template for download

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Imitation of Life on 106th & Park

Imitation of Life on 106th & Park By Gabriel Benn As an end of summer reward, I promised my students a trip to NYC for a taping of BET’s 106th and Park. They had a long, rigorous summer, and certainly deserved it. So I chartered a bus, and with about 25 of our SHARPest students and maybe 10 or so chaperones (teachers, family members, etc.) we made our way up to New York City. The bus ride up went rather smoothly, the only problem was that we got to the 1pm taping about 20 minutes too late. Not to be discouraged, we proceeded on over to Times Square, where I called in a favor from a friend...

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