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Family Zulu Nation Members Please Listen And Post This Show Me Your Love

Dear Friends, Family, Board Members and Supporters of Hip Hop.

I am writing a personal letter of appeal for your support to raise funds for the Universal Hip Hop Museum, the official museum of Hip Hop Culture.

The mission of the museum is not just to preserve Hip Hop History, which is extremely important. But to also serve as the culture’s governing body leading the way forward in the global socio-economic advancement of Hip Hop. Our goal is to uplift the disadvantaged with innovative educational and cultural arts programming, tech and art incubation, social justice and poltical reform, and economic empowerment.

Hip Hop has always been a force of change, and establishment of the Universal Hip Hop Museum will ensure that Hip Hop will continue to be a force of positive change worldwide.

Your tax deductible contribution will go directly towards development of the museum. The Universal Hop Hop Museum will be launching a virtual museum in 2016 and begin construction on a brick and mortar building by 2017.

The suggested donation amount is $42.00 (in recognition of Hip Hop’s 41st Anniversary +1 year for the Zulu Nation’s Anniversary). However, you can give any amount that you feel comfortable with. No amount is too large or too small. Every dollar counts. Please share this email appeal with 10 friends and ask them to also support this very important cause. We are trying to reach 100,000 people. Everybody and anybody who loves Hip Hop should support this cause. The

I thank you on behalf Vice Chairman Ndaba Mandela and the Founding Members of the UHHM Afrika BamBaataa, Kurtis Blow, Grandmaster Melle Mel, Grandwizzard Theodore, Joe Conzo, Shawn Thomas, and Mickey Bentson for your generous donation.

Click the link to make your donation today.

http://igg.me/at/5zzfyJEFcsQ

Warmest regards,

Rocky Bucano
President
Universal Hip Hop Museum, Inc
917.495.8144
rocky@uhhm.org




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