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Ladies Night: Women Who Shaped Hip-Hop in New York City

Gothamist x The Greene Space Present

Wednesday July 12 2023 • 7:00pm - 8:00pm ET
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Hip-hop was born in New York City. For decades it was a male-dominated genre, but women have always been present in building and driving the culture forward. 

Join us for a discussion moderated by journalist Clover Hope featuring women who helped shape hip-hop in New York City and are pushing the genre forward through their music, communities, dance, and art. Speakers will include Ladies of Hip-Hop founder Michele Byrd-McPhee, international street dance icon Ana Garcia, a.k.a. Rokafella, and Bronx MC Connie Diiamond.

This program is part of WNYC and Gothamist’s celebration of hip-hop’s 50th birthday, with special coverage on our air and digital platforms all month long.

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The Greene Space
44 Charlton St
New York , NY 10014 United States

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