Hip Hop Congress is a network of individuals and organizations That are driving the necessary transformation of the world By uplifting culture for the creative development of artists and young people Through education, civic engagement, and equitable resource exchange.
HHC was founded in 1993 as a small network of artists and evolved organically into a 501c3 nonprofit organization in 2001, Establishing over 70 school & community chapters across the globe in under a decade. HHC continues to empower individuals today through its collective network experience In the fields of music, education, entertainment and social justice.
National Board of Directors
Chairman of the Board
Tina Wright, Ph.d
Real Robinson IV
Co-Founder, Vice Chairman
Co-Founder, National Treasurer
THE ARTIST NETWORK
HHC Artists are not only defined by their ability to entertain, but more importantly through their ability to understand the important role that creative expression plays within the community. HHC seeks to elevate the status of the “Artist” to that of “Cultural Worker” through HHC-sponsored events that represent a professional standard within the fields of arts, education, and activism.
HHC is building a growing database of chapters & affiliates throughout the world that provide artists and youth with opportunities to engage their communities through entertainment, education and technology. We want to collectivize the bargaining power of community-based organizations that are raising political, economic, and social awareness by coordinating Chapters, Artists, and Affiliates across the planet.