Richard “Selah” & Vonetta Hinton – Supreme MCs Rule Hip-Hop Expression Program
Supreme MCs Rule Hip-Hop Expression Program seeks to improve social and economic outcomes for youth by using elements of Hip-Hop as a tool for self-expression, emotional intelligence and learning social skills. Performing arts also develops important traits for successful leadership and entrepreneurship.
53% of our students do not have music programs in their schools. We fill that gap by providing community-based performing music arts mentorship in the community. In our mentorship program, we aim to help save a new generation of youth and stop senseless violence. We mentor students K-12 to become aware of expressing issues and explore conflict resolution through Hip-Hop, leading to positive and alternate methods of expression that may not be encouraged at home. We are mentoring our youth to use their talent to make a life for themselves, and harness their power.