Hip Hop and the Art of Peace Education

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Hip Hop and the Art of Peace Education

“Hip Hop and the Art of Peace Education,” i.e. “An Educator’s Tool Within Conflict, Post Conflict and Peace Zones,” aims to introduce a broad audience to the field of P.E.A.C.E. education, while showing and proving that hip hop is, authentically, a culture of peace. This text introduces the petals of peace education, interweaving excerpts from interviews with twelve artist-activists to include — Queen Yonasda, Stic Man of Dead Prez, and child soldier-survivor Emmanuel Jal (2009.) Based on my MA thesis, it was written in 2009, then edited (& reformatted) in 2012.

This inspirational and educational order includes: my 130 page 5.5 x 8.5 academic (all white) book, and 24 page 8.5 x 11 workbook! Orders support operations (as providing curriculum to: those incarcerated and in need). Purple copies will soon be available on additional platforms.

Table of Contents

Literature Review
The Petals of Peace Education Chart
1. History and Personal Peace
2. Natural Science and Environmental Care
3. Psychology, Attitudes and Values Education
4. Art Therapy and Multicultural Education
5. Sociology and Education for Human Rights
6. Disarmament Education and Mathematics*
Final Conclusion
Objectives and Desires Outcomes
Research Project Intervention
The Hip Hop Declaration of Peace

Written, Edited, Formatted, Designed, and Published by Sufiyah Asia Yasmine a.k.a. Earth “Saylove.” #HipHopEd (For Any International Orders) Contact: saylove@hiphop.education