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SHAOLIN JAZZ got Stickers!

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Who wants a sticker?  To learn more click here.

SHAOLIN JAZZ / Recap / West Virginia State University

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Our two days of programming at West Virginia State University (an HBCU and our first college/university engagement of 2017) turned out to be one of our best experiences at a college or university, to date.  The town has crazy hidden cultural gems and the school has this chill familial vibe.

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SHAOLIN JAZZ BLK FRIDAY SALE

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Check out our BLK Friday Sale – 35% to 20% off.  Shop here.

SHAOLIN JAZZ in BLACK BELT Magazine

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This is iLL!  We’re incredibly honored to be featured in Black Belt Magazine which is like The SOURCE magazine of martial arts publications.  Salute!

Wheel of Death Tote Bag by SHAOLIN JAZZ

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Check out the “Wheel of Death” by SHAOLIN JAZZ / To customize &  click here.

SHAOLIN JAZZ SOLD OUT

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Yes, SHAOLIN JAZZ sold out. Palace 5ive sold all the way out of our NINJA VUITTON T-Shirt.  Props to everyone that bought a shirt and if you missed out, a new batch is coming soon.

“Compass” by SHAOLIN JAZZ

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Check out our SHAOLIN JAZZ “Compass” design / To purchase click here.

SHAOLIN JAZZ in Ethiopia / The PANEL DISCUSSION / Recap

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Our SHAOLIN JAZZ in Ethiopia programming has finally come to a close. Props to everyone who attended our panel discussion on Sunday and salute to all of the panelists, Wayna and Tewodross and our moderator Keanna for participating. It was a highly enriching experience and I personally learned a great deal. Continue to visit www.shaolinjazz.com and www.culturesciencestudio.com to learn more about our domestic and international travels as well as learn more about our upcoming events and projects.

SHAOLIN JAZZ in Ethiopia / Panelist: Asheru

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Meet Gabriel “Asheru” Benn, M.Ed. one of the panelists on our discussion this Sunday.  Asheru is a veteran Hip Hop artist, educator, and youth activist. He is widely known for performing the opening theme for the popular TV series, The Boondocks, and other musical contributions to the show, for which he received the prestigious Peabody Award – becoming the first hip hop artist to receive the prestigious award. Alongside his career as a Hip Hop artist, Asheru has served as a teacher/administrator in DC Schools for over 15 years, and is well known for his pioneering and innovative efforts to forward the Hip Hop Education movement, namely through his organizations, Guerilla Arts Ink, and the Hip Hop Educational Literacy Program (H.E.L.P.).  To learn more about Asheru click here and here.