We Are More Than Just Music.

To spread awareness about the history, arts, and the "isms" facing musicians with disabilities. We are especially driven to getting the musical talents of hip-hop artists with disabilities into the hands of media outlets, educators, and hip-hop, disabled and race scholars, youth, journalists and hip-hop conference coordinators. Krip-Hop Nation has put out CDs, held conferences and spoke on issues from police brutality against people with disabilities to ableism in Hip-Hop, media, and in our communities.

Krip-Hop Nations logo of a break dancer on a record.

Krip-Hop Nation Chapters Forming

How to form a Krip-Hop Nation’s chapter:

  1. Look over Krip-Hop Nation’s history, mission, goals and achievements on their website to see if you agree.
  2. Watch Krip-Hop Nation’s videos on YouTube.
  3. Discuss with your people to see if more than you are interested in becoming a Krip-Hop Nation’s chapter and what make sense where you are.
  4. Get in contact with Leroy Moore through social media or email him at Kriphopnation@gmail.com.
  5. Leroy will set up a time to meet over zoom or other video chat to talk about becoming an official Krip-Hop chapter.
  6. After becoming a chapter, Krip-Hop will stay in contact with you to see how are you doing and how the chapter can plug into the work of Krip-Hop Nation’s work internationally. We will create an official document saying you are now a chapter of Krip-Hop Nation. This document will be email to you.

Benefits of Becoming A Chapter of Krip-Hop Nation

  1. Be part of Krip-Hop media including, radio show, social network posts, upcoming Krip-Hop television channel
  2. Krip-Hop Nation Institutes – Main institute in California and satellite offices at our chapters
  3. Be creators of festivals and other events
  4. Share resources
  5. Be part of an international network fights and creating artistic collaborations and our rights
  6. To create friendships and and support for each other
  7. To rise funds for the chapters and to tackle discrimination towards people with disabilities
  8. To help to bring our artistic expression, legal rights to mainstream media, political arena, art world and locally our communities

Krip-Hop Chapters

Headquarters: Los Angeles, CA: Leroy Moore / Germany: Binki Woi / South Africa: Simon Manda & Looks Matoto / Tanzania:  Archy Nathaniel / Gomba: 
Prudence Mabhena / Zimbabwe: Billy Saga / Brazil: King Montana / New Mexico: Luc Lusumba / Congo: Jake Spain / And More.

About Krip-Hop Institute

At Krip-Hop Institute, we envision a society where all cultural expression, whether it be mainstreamed or underground, in today’s unprecedented political social unrest, be embraced for what it is. Ideally , disabled Black artists will be positively adhered to. It is critical that the present and future disabled artists, especially Black/Brown disabled cultural workers, thinkers, and writers are studied from an anthropological non-ethnocentric perspective. We need to honor those that came before us. KHI will do this through our communities both locally and internationally, all the while making the unique contribution of having a community space to gather, perform music, learn about and display the arts, exploration of political history and current environmental educational resources.

Krip Hop woman dancing using walking canes wearing orange with the Bay bridge in the background.

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All donations support securing and developing our brick and mortar Krip-Hop Institute building. Success is never the result of a single individual doing everything it takes to achieve a goal.  In every case, help is there for the journey.  Whether cycling, boxing, or any other sport, winners have support. And, we need your support to achieve our goals.

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