Putting The Neighbor Back Into The Hood


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"Putting The Neighbor Back Into The Hood", is a docuseries awareness segment that focuses on shining a spotlight on music, and educational based programs in the Philadelphia community. Using radio, TV, documentaries and films as creative outlets, our initiative is set to help organizations that need a constant media tools to help promote their great works in our neighborhoods. Our program will offer cutting edge ideas, & promotional strategies to our community donors. 

This segment is broadcast weekly on UTM radio’s The IIour Show Uncut, The longest running independent radio show in Philadelphia. Our goal is to feature up to 52 nonprofit organizations in the Philadelphia area that support the arts, per year. The Hip Hop Foundation wants to encourage our community to support the local nonprofits in the area that make a difference in their neighborhood. This weekly segment will also be featured on the UTM radio app and  uTm TV on The Roku Channel to over 128,000 listeners, viewers and subscribers worldwide. We need your help to do more so please check out our program and donate what you can so we may continue to serve our community with this awesome interactive awareness program.

Giving Skills & Opportunities To The Next Generation Of Hip Hop 

The Hip Hop Foundation and its programs are member supported and just getting started due to the Covid Pandemic. So in order to make a difference, we rely on the support of generous individuals & businesses in our community like you. 


Putting The Neighbor Back Into The Hood

West Philly Says Yeah To "Y.E.A.H. Philly"

YEAH Philly is hands down the freshest community center I have seen in a long time. With progressive ideas and a hands on approach to community, politics, economics, and mentorships, YEAH PHILLY does not just talk the talk, they walk it everyday. T.H.E., of the IIour Show UnCut visited the YEAH PHILLY community center to bring you this coverage for our, Putting The Neighbor Back Into The Hood Program. Please help YEAH PHILLY in their mission and check their website, donate and subscribe. the creators of YEAH PHILLY, are Kendra Vandewater & James Aye 

Everyday Places Artist Partnership

The Barnes Foundation and People’s Emergency Center Community Development Corporation (PECCDC), through their collaborative initiative Barnes West, have announced five West Philadelphia-based social-impact artists who have been selected to participate in Everyday Places Artist Partnerships: Keyonna Butler, Marshall James Kavanaugh, Jahwula Seapoe, Karen Smith, and Andrea Walls. Barnes West conceived Everyday Places Artist Partnerships to provide West Philadelphia residents with spaces to engage with multidisciplinary artistic projects that offer inspiration and promote ​hope and healing. The selected artists will partner with neighborhood businesses and sites—including grocery stores, restaurants, laundromats, public parks, and community organizations—to build interactive, participatory projects that engage with the site and residents.

Marshall James Kavanaugh talks about his West Philly Community Poem project as part of the Everyday Places Artist Partnership presented by #BarnesWest (LoLa 38 and The Barnes Foundation). This project will feature personalized poetry written and performed by local poets curated by Marshall James Kavanaugh in partnership with La Pearl Beauty Emporium. Attendees can give a topic, word, or idea to each poet and receive a one-of-a-kind typewritten poem to take home with them.

We Feature Each Non Profit Live On The Radio And On Roku TV