Alphabet Rockers is a hip hop group for children. Co-founders Kaitlin McGaw and Tommy Shepard Jr. will be performing at The Smithsonian Discovery Theater in Washington, D.C. and AMP By Strathmore in North Bethesda, Maryland. Additionally the duo will host workshops for families at local art space, Bloombars in Columbia Heights, Washington, D.C.. This post is a recording of the workshop for parents hosted by BloomBars, to find the original post see-here.
As they tour the Alphabet Rockers will be hosting “Listening Parties” where music makers, educators, and hip hop leaders will engage in dialogue on how the music we consume can tell the untold narrative of racism. The “Listening Party” in DC will be hosted by local art space, BloomBars.
The Listening Party was last night, Thursday, April 6th. I’m sharing the video as a follow up to the original article I wrote about their tour stop in the D.C. area, here. Join me in watching it with a cup of morning coffee!
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