Founded in 2005, The Hip Hop Re:Education Project is a community-based arts organization that uses Hip Hop culture to inspire and transform communities, engage marginalized and disaffected youth and improve youth motivation and achievement.
The Hip-Hop Re:Education Project uses an interdisciplinary approach to teaching and learning that gets back to Hip Hop's roots as a community-building force. Utilizing the elements themselves as pedagogy, youth are encouraged to commit to a craft, invest in the creative process and develop solutions for the problems facing today’s world.
The Hip Hop Re:Education Project has worked with youth throughout the United States and abroad. Some of our past partnering institutions include: