We were proud to help sponsor the Tribal Youth Music Academy last week. The six-day event allowed more than 70 teens to learn how to write their own hip-hop music and become "music mentors." These mentors then move on to provide positive, peer-to-peer messages about avoiding drug abuse, violence and problem gambling. See today's story in the Stanwood/Camano News. Last week's story in the Everett Herald includes some audio recordings made at the academy. And see KING TV's story here.
Posted by Brionna Aho on Wed, 2009-07-29 09:40