April 15th, Thee Insight Presents: Hip Hop & Healing

Surviving Domestic Abuse, Growing Through The Pain;

April 15th at 3525 I Street suite #303 in Phila Pa from 1pm to 5pm.

Hip Hop & Healing, Growing Through The Pain is a survivor-led event that provides a safe space for survivors of domestic violence to come together, share their stories, and find healing. This event is important because it provides a space for survivors of domestic violence to come together and share their stories in a safe and supportive environment. It also provides an opportunity for survivors to learn about resources and support services available to them. Additionally, the event helps to raise awareness about domestic violence and the impact it has on survivors.

Domestic violence is a serious problem in our society. One in four women will experience domestic violence in their lifetime. Domestic violence can have a devastating impact on survivors, both physically and emotionally. Survivors may experience post-traumatic stress disorder, anxiety, depression, & other mental health problems. They may also have physical injuries, such as bruises, cuts, and broken bones.

Hip hop has been used as a powerful tool for healing & empowerment for survivors of domestic violence. Hip hop can provide a safe space for survivors to share their stories and connect with others who understand what they are going through. It can also be a source of strength and resilience.

There are many benefits to participating in a hip hop and healing event. Some of the benefits include:

  • Connection: Hip hop and healing events provide a safe space for survivors to connect with others who have experienced domestic violence. This can be a powerful experience, as it allows survivors to feel less alone and more supported.
  • Empowerment: Hip hop and healing events can empower survivors to share their stories and find their voice. This can be a powerful step in the healing process, as it allows survivors to take control of their narrative and reclaim their power.
  • Healing: Hip hop and healing events can provide a space for survivors to heal from the trauma of domestic violence. This can be done through a variety of activities, such as sharing stories, listening to music, and participating in creative expression.
  • Reconnection: Hip hop and healing events can help survivors reconnect with their community and find support. This can be important for survivors who have been isolated or cut off from their support system.
  • Joy: Hip hop and healing events can provide a space for survivors to experience joy and laughter. This can be an important part of the healing process, as it allows survivors to remember that they are more than their trauma.

Event will also feature :

● An open mic for survivors to share their stories through poetry, music, or spoken word

● A discussion panel with experts on domestic violence and healing

● Wine and beer, BYOB, food, and special performances

● Vendors selling art, jewelry, and other items

● Raffles for prizes

If you are a survivor of domestic violence, or if you know someone who is, I encourage you to attend Hip Hop & Healing, Growing Through The Pain. This event can provide you with the support, community, and healing that you need to move forward in your life.



All you need to bring is your own music and your performance skills! If you're interested in performing, please sign up in advance below. Space is limited, so sign up early! We hope to see you there!

About Thee Insight Collective

Ms. Jasper & Devine Stylez

Creators Of Thee Insight

Thee Insight is an event planning organization devoted to bringing you personally curated open mic experiences that leave you not only entertained, but with just enough insight to have you intrigued for more! 

Devine Stylez is a spoken word artist and activist who has been using her voice to raise awareness about domestic violence for over 10 years. She is the founder of Thee Insight, a women owned poetry & event planning organization that focuses on shining a light on community development, awareness, and mental health using the arts & culture of poetry & Hip-Hop.

Ms Jasper is a writer, poet, and doula nurse who has been working in the field for over 10 years. She is also a founder of Thee Insight and is passionate about using her voice to empower survivors and promote healing.

Thee Insight Group also facilitates & curates open mics & theme events like, Brims & Bowties Mental Health Awareness Brunch, "Sexy In Thee City" Sexual Awareness BDSM Education, & the "All White Party" Hip Hop Mental Health Panel and more to come. Click the link below to contact Thee Insight Collective for more info on how to attend and get involved!

Hip Hop & Healing: Life Beyond The Bars

March 18th 3:00pm-7:00pm

Hosted by "t.h.e.", founder of the hip hop foundation

The ladies of Thee Insight are so excited to bring you their much anticipated experience…HIP HOP & HEALING: MEN’S MENTAL HEALTH AWARENESS in the fashion of Living in Color, Life Beyond the Barz!! If you know either of the members of Thee Insight team, then you’ve probably heard them talk about the concept & importance of this event…And now the time is here! Thee Insight team has chosen to highlight the not-so-talked-about subject of our Black men’s mental health. This event will be including a T.I.P.P. (Thee Insight Passion Panel).  So along with an open mic, games, self reflective activities, vendors, drinks and food. There will be an open discussion with the Passion Panelists on the topic of men’s mental health( i.e. daily trauma, coping mechanisms, the stigma of men going to therapy, ETC) in respect to incarceration. We are excited to be welcoming spring weather soon so we highly encourage pastel colors to represent Living in Color! Let’s do like we always do and dress to impress! This event IS NOT 4/20 friendly but there is a designated area for such activities. Wine and beer will be available for purchase but feel free to BYOB. 3525 I Street Phila Pa, Suite #303 is on the 3rd floor. 

Special Guest Panelist. Creator Of Modern Graffiti, Cornbread The Legend

Hip Hop, Poetry & For Mental Health Awareness

This a recap of an awesome night! Good vibes, great discussion with T.I.P.P. (Thee Insight’s Poet Panel) including Jovan McCoy, SamIAm, and Josh Smith. These panelists shared their experiences on the topics including but not limited to: trauma, coping skills, how hip hop has affected their views on life, love and trials and tribulations. The crowd also gave feedback and shared their experiences. It was a very intimate yet inclusive conversation!


Past Events Curated By Thee Insight

Special Guest Performances. Click The Posters To Meet The Artists