1. NACC - Latino Festival 2015

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    Short, fun look at how Northeast Alabama Community College reaches out to the community by celebrating Spanish culture. There is a fairly large population of Hispanics on Sand Mountain and the surrounding areas — so much so, this community college arranges and funds this family friendly atmosphere where one may find peace, excitement, and nostalgia of their strong heritage. Check out www.nacc.edu for info on how you can be a mustang.

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    • HIDEOUT15

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      • EOS Productions pres. EMF 2013 - Full Event Production

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        Film produced by CLOCKWORK www.clockworkr.pl Video recorded by RMVISION Productions. © 2013 EOS Productions / Clockwork / RMVISION PRODUCTIONS. All rights reserved www.eosproductions.ie www.facebook.com/eosproductionsofficial

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        • HIP HOP FOR CHANGE

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          "We get a depiction of young brown and black people in the media that sets us up for failure. Our kids are getting ideals that they can never live up to instead of having an accessible form of expression that they can use to find out who they are... these cultural forms of expression are so necessary for us to have for ourselves as a community that it is a travesty to say the least what these corporations have done with the platform for our culture. So that's what Hip Hop For Change is bringing back." This past 4th of July I had the pleasure of attending Hip Hop For Change’s 2nd Annual Independent Hip Hop Festival: Women’s Empowerment Day where I caught performances Ryan Nicole and Breathless AKA Honey B. Though I must admit I have enjoyed my fair share of "luxury rap", it was refreshing to see artists spreading messages about social and political issues affecting the community instead of the usual misogynistic, materialistic values peddled on the radio. Khafre Jay, the Founder and Executive Director of Hip Hop For Change, has been rapping in the Bay area for about 16 years and knows firsthand how difficult it can be "for a political/social justice artist... to get paid, get supported. Definitely not getting on the radio," he says, "Because right now our cultural platform's been consolidated by big corporations who bring fake gangster rappers out here who resonate with communities that aren't ours." From the Hip Hop For Change website: Corporate stereotypes of Hip Hop culture--and by extension, the creators and participants of that culture--dehumanize us, and affect the way we are perceived. There is a direct relationship between this dehumanization and the criminalization of people of color, police brutality, and public acceptance of those phenomena. Most people learn about cultures they are unfamiliar with through the media, internalizing narratives that place us as second-class citizens. In addition, the corporate co-optation of Hip Hop culture has created a situation where our community’s platform of self-expression has been eclipsed and replaced with a limited, insulting narrative that affects our understanding of what our Hip Hop is, and what Hip Hop can be. Our culture has been stolen, repackaged, and sold back to us; this limits our cultural efficacy, as well as our ability, freedom, and initiative to talk about and organize around issues that affect our community. Our children have grown to become consumers of a bastardized version of Hip Hop that is devoid of its roots, rather than creators of their own self-expression. Hip Hop For Change "seeks to address these injustices of representation through education, community building, and the creation of a platform for people who identify with Hip Hop culture to express their true voices, selves, and culture. We create a space that emphasizes and encourages the root values of Hip Hop culture: peace, love, unity, and having fun." Check out my interview with Khafre above and for more information on this wonderful organization or to make a donation, check out www.hiphopforchange.org. Follow us: www.hysteric.tv facebook.com/hysterictv twitter.com/hysterictv instagram.com/hysterictelevision

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          • Wicked Bites - Rhode Island Beer Fest (Sat. 7/11 at 9:30am on NESN)

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            Don't miss Wicked Bites, this Saturday at 9:30am on NESN! Mike & Scott bring you all the beer drinking fun from the RI Beer Fest... and as usual, shenanigans ensue! Tune in or DVR WICKED BITES, this Sat. at 9:30am on NESN!

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            • Atomic Vintage Festival

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              Urban Entertainment brought their huge 40ft AIRSCREEN to provide the Drive In Cinema experience at Atomic Festival. The festival is a fantastic throwback to the 1950's with hundreds of classic cars, drag racing, aeroplane shows, a death of wall, roller skating, and much, much more.

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              • WTFest 2015

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                • Annual Lake Worth Street Painting Festival (Feb 2015)

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                  The video shows some highlights of the annual Lake Worth Street Painting Festival (FL). Just thought it would be cool to show people the little town of LDUB. I used a GoPro Hero4 with a go-pole to get the high angle and edited using GoPro studio. All credit for the music goes to The Dodos Song: Walking by The Dodos

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                  • Mashody 2015 - Official After Movie

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                    That was "Mashody 2015" Thanks again to everybody, who helps us realizing Mashody, year by year. See you in 2016 ! ----------------------------------------­----------------------------------------­--------------------------- +++ For all commercial, press related enquiries and to work with "ConWeimar", please contact 'marcoweimar@gmail.com'. +++ --> www.conweimar.de A festival created by "NCO - Club Karlsruhe" Special Thanks: http://www.soundtruck.de/ http://www.jubez.de/ http://www.jubez.de/werkstaetten/cafe... SONG - The Keys by TALISCO http://www.taliscomusic.com https://www.facebook.com/taliscomusic ITunes http://smarturl.it/talisco_run

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                    • #RF 15

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                      If you weren't at Roskilde Festival 15 see what you missed and you will never skip another Roskilde Festival again! Editing and color grading: Final Cut Pro X

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