February/March

By fullcircle

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.

http://www1.ccny.cuny.edu/advancement/news/Battle-Examined-at-CCNY-Hip-Hop-Conference.cfm

Join us on March 3rd when the soul sistahs of Full Circle perform to Lisa Lisa’s” Can you Feel the Beat” to mark the 5th annual concert that raises awareness about the health issues affecting our communities and bring light to female Hip-hop artists taking place at Hostos Community College near the 149th street station of the 2 and the 5 train in the Bronx.  This year we are joined by B girls Tomomi and Tiffany who return to Full Circle since 2006.  New B girls Toko and Hayley will contribute a duet and their solos to the dance performance.  G I Jane and J  La Rok returns to make this their 4th year of supporting the women’s history concert.

On March 11th, All The Ladies Say will participate in Man Up’s photo Exhibition “Through our lens” at CPW Gallery on 62nd Street  and Central Park West at 1:30pm. www.manupcampaign.org

Thank you for your continued support and we hope to screen in your school or neighborhood, soon!!

Filed in: News • Sunday, February 19th, 2012

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“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.