BOYS WRITE NOW WORKSHOP-16 Bars: Writing Hip-Hop

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Located in Staff Lounge-Basement Level
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826michigan is partnering with Scholastic Publishing this Saturday to present a special writing workshop for boys grades 7-12 at the Main Branch of the Detroit Public Library.       


This special, one time only workshop, will celebrate the development of the MC. Featuring hip-hop due Passalacqua and teacher/DJ Charlie Nanos (DJ Nano), participants can expect to create poetry with people deeply connected to hip- hop as an art form. 


Registration Link:  http://www.826michigan.org/our-programs/workshops/current-schedule/#eventid5591

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Ages 7-12

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