FAQS

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WHEN AND WHERE WILL THE CONFERENCE BE HELD?

The conference will be held on Friday, May 6 and Saturday, May 7 at Harvard University.  The University's visitor policy changed on April 11 and the campus and event are now open to all!! Please be sure to read and follow the Harvard visitor policy in regards to COVID testing and attestation.


Friday, May 6

6:30-9:30 PM

Harvard Smith Commons

Saturday, May 7

9:30AM-6PM

Harvard Graduate School of Education

HOW DO I REGISTER AND PAY TO ATTEND?

Well the conference is absolutely free!!

We do require registration as it helps ensure we can plan logistics and communicate any regarding the schedule or COVID protocols to attendees.  

WHAT SHOULD I EXPECT?

The conference content and energy is for youth and adults, for Hip Hop heads, educators, scholars, artists, and fans.  On Friday, expect to rock out to live performances from youth and adult Hip Hop dancers, emcees, and poets.  Saturday's day-long event features performances, workshops, and a keynote panel to celebrate all the beauty and power of Hip Hop -- the culture and the arts.  Youth and adult presenters will share and engage participants through live performances, interactive workshops, and discussion sessions where folks can talk about and make action steps on some of the big issues in Hip Hop and education. Oh! And of course, be ready for open mic sessions and cyphers!

DOES HARVARD OFFER TRAVEL OR LODGING ACCOMMODATIONS?

We do not pay for travel or lodging for presenters or attendees for the in-person components.

This page has some useful info about area lodging options.