- Respect what Hip Hop culture really means to you; how it positively affects your life and how you can contribute to its development, growth and preservation.
- Learn about and Respect the pioneers that laid the foundation for Hiphop Kulture to become international the force that it is. They made many sacrifices for us, if we don’t RESPECT them, who will?!
- Respect Hip Hop organizations and Hiphop leaders that are doing positive work for our local, national and international Hip Hop communities. Get involved with an organization that allows you to use your gifts and talents, share those blessings with your community.
- Acknowledge and Respect May 16th 2001, as “Hip Hop Independence Day”; this is the day that the Hiphop Declaration of Peace was presented to the United Nations to establish Hiphop Kulture as an “international culture of peace and prosperity.”
- Have Respect for the “Gospel of Hip Hop,” the HDOP and other information that give an authentic perspective of Hip Hop culture beyond entertainment. It’s vital that we study, share and teach this information to our Youth.
- Demand that your local media outlets understand and Respect the diversity of Hip Hop music; they can use HHAW as a time to help de-criminalize the image of Hip Hop and highlight the contributions of Hip Hop pioneers.
- Respect the diversity of Hiphop Kulture as you plan HHAW events; include input from parents, youth, educators, spiritual leaders, politicians, business and community members.
Minister Server - The Hiphop Life Coach
Temple Of Hiphop,
HIPHOP Ministries, Inc
Universal Zulu Nation