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Women’s History month 2015

  Momma’s Hip-hop Kitchen Concert on March 7th was inspiring and worth the wait!! Thank you to Kathleen Adams and to Lah Tere for organizing a powerful yet touching line up of artist and activists.. and thank you to Hostos Community College for hosting it for the last 8 years! Photography by Bill McBain. Thank […]

Advance STreet Style Lab is screening ATLS!!

    This Saturday October 18th we will be screening ATLS at 8pm at 157 Lafayette ave Between Howard and Grand St. It will be followed by a short discussion and then the wrap up party for the week long series of dance master classes with some well known icons in street–club dance. Log onto  […]

Distribution means you can Screen it!!

  Thank you to Third World Newsreel for taking our project on as part of your catalogue of important stories that need to be told! Thank you to the ATLS team Martha Diaz- funding support, Melissa Ulto-media and Film editor, Jamee Shleiffer & Shaequa Green-Teacher’s guide consultants and Corinne Manabat- interim editor and Kwisktep Music […]

Duke University Screening and Ms.Peaches

  Happy New Year!! We hope your 2014 is getting off to a great start! Join us if you are near the Duke University Campus area!! Lady Champ will also be present for the post screening talk back. The conference itself is inspiring and the performances will make unforgettable impressions! We are still working […]

September 28th Bx screening

Join us on Septemer 28 , 2013 at the Bronx Music Heritage Center for a fund raiser screening of “All The Ladies Say“ to help cover licensing fees so the film can come closer to distribution.  Third World Newsreel has expressed an interest in taking our little film possibly into the NYC public school system!! […]

LAdies of Hip-hop festival NYC

Join us as we support the annual line up of workshops, performances and battles geared toward saluting female Hip-hop dance Icons and fostering up and coming ones in the studio, onstage and in the cypher! For complete info please log onto Register for Rokafella’s one and only workshop focusing on Top Rock among other […]

JUNE Screening of ATLS…

  This coming Friday we will be screening ATLS.. please RSVP if you are in the NYC area.  Thank you to Bless Roxwell for making this opportunity to expose people to our B girl world possible. Look for Rokafella’s Top Rock workshop during the Ladies of Hip-hop festival NYC at Peridance in July.

March in Chicago!

February 26th please tune into PBS in your town for MAKERS- a film made about women who have made contributions to American society and to the business landscape. It will get you ready for women’s history month in a real intense way!! All The Ladies Say back  in Chicago!!! If you will be in […]

ATLS in Miami, FL

We hope you can join Aiko as she hosts this screening in Miami with Candy from Floor Angels Crew and The Original NYC B girl from Beatstreet Baby Love joining her for a discussion about street dance back then and now! Tell a friend..    


On February 24th at CUNY’s City College downtown campus located at 25 Broadway,  the “Is Hip-hop History?” conference will take place  including the screening of All The Ladies Say followed by a Q and A discussion and b girl dance demo. Join us on March 3rd when the soul sistahs of Full Circle perform […]

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Help Us Raise Funds!

show us love! All The Ladies Say, is a documentary project driven by grant funding and donations from people who believe in the project. If you can help us reach our funding goals to complete production, market the film and create educational outreach programs, please do contact us!

Some of our angels include:
The Ford Foundation, The Bronx Museum of Art, Marcy Garriott (Director - Inside the Circle)


“All The Ladies Say” is a film that highlights the lives of six iconic female street dancers from San Jose, Atlanta, Miami and Chicago, who have carved a niche in the physically challenging, male dominated breakdance world. Discussions about motherhood, sexual tension, femininity versus masculinity and the rap industry/mainstream images are a few of the themes explored by the documentary’s main characters. International dancers not only make appearances but also add their two cents about life as a B Girl in the Hip-hop world.