WHHRA

Hip Hop

Rap

Leader

Coummunity

World Hip Hop/Rap Association

The mission of World Hip Hop and Rap Association (WHHRA) is to be the world’s leading producer and provider of hip hop entertainment, re-gifting the culture in its truest form and giving it back to young men and women of color, and consumers of black culture. The company consists of a portfolio of brands that create and deliver original content to a worldwide audience. Using our brands to create one of kind content, services, live events and consumer products, we are committed to developing the most respected, creative, forward thinking and profitable hip hop experiences and products around the globe.

WHHRA is the leader in hip hop culture, teaching and championing the needs of young people of color. WHHRA will always serve as a reminder to young adults that hip hop was gifted to them on August 11, 1973, as an expression tool to show forgiveness, love, compassion and empathy.

WHHRA
Mission

Re-gifting hip hop back to the youth.

Leader

The world's leading producer and provider of hip hop entertainment.

Our Reach

The company consists of a portfolio of brands that create and deliver original content to a worldwide audience.

Our Reach

The company consists of a portfolio of brands that create and deliver original content to a worldwide audience.

Vision

Using our brands to create one of kind content, services, live events and consumer products, we are committed to developing the most respected, creative, forward thinking and profitable hip hop experiences and products around the globe.

Target Audience

Target audience: young women and men, ages 8 to 35.

WHHRA News

Chickasha, Oklahoma Volunteer Locations Have Been Added


Volunteer Here: Chickasha

Tulsa, Oklahoma Volunteer Locations Have Been Added


Volunteer here: Tulsa

Phoenix, Arizona Volunteer Locations Have Been Added


Volunteer Here: Phoenix

Los Angeles, California Volunteer Locations Have Been Added


Volunteer Here: Los Angeles

Little Rock, Arkansas Volunteer Locations Have Been Added

Volunteer Here: Little Rock

Fostering Positive Energy To The Youth | Written by Jimohal Francis


I was blessed with the opportunity to work with a social housing organization in my city for the summer.  My role is known as a Junior Program Leader, where it is my duty to coordinate fun activities for the children in my camp along with my colleagues. We use sports and arts to teach valuable life skills and lessons that can inspire and help the youths from vulnerable and marginalized communities to become responsible and respectable individuals, who will become the new leaders in their communities. When we think about social housing anywhere in the world, we tend to associate it with crime, gangs, poverty and other distasteful things that can be used to make you scared to live in subsidized housing, and the folks who become the victims to this type of stigmatization are the children.
One thing I noticed is that the kids in my camp are very aware and have a strong sense of pride, love and commitment to their community. It is very easy for these kids to fear their community when they can pick up a newspaper or see a news outline stating how their building is swarmed with a bunch of negative stuff. Anytime we are dealing with children who live in social housing, we must step up as role models and do our best to convince them that they can change the way their communities are being perceived by outsiders by being positive and doing their part to make it better.  Encouraging them to be a good moral character by always pinpointing their positives and showing them how to act and be leaders are some ways to foster positive energy to our youth, who will use our guidance as the right instruments to become the people they were meant to be.
The youth needs that POSITIVE ENERGY from us older folks, so they can make the world better not for themselves, but for others.
Jimohal Francis

Chickasha Volunteer Locations Have Been Added


Volunteer Here: Chickasha

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