UH Manoa Campus Events Calendar
Inside the Ethnic Studies Studio...Feat. Carolyn Malachi, Matt Reeves, & JFletchApril 28, 10:30am - 11:30am
Manoa Campus, George Hall 227
This presentation will feature Grammy-nominated artist Carolyn Malachi, rapper Matt Reeves, and filmmaker and entrepreneur Jermaine Fletcher. Carolyn Malachi blends Jazz, Hip Hop, Spoken Word and lots of imagination into a style Giant Step calls “delicate, refreshing [and] smooth”. The independent, Grammy-nominated artist counts Yasiin Bey (formerly Mos Def), Radiohead, and Sarah Vaughan among her greatest influences. Malachi promotes music education by supporting GRAMMY U initiatives. She champions global access to education with e-textbook provider Chegg and The School Fund. In 2013, the artist whom MTV calls “one of five R&B artists to obsess over” released a full-length album, Gold. Between sessions and tour dates, she maintains a tech column in Black Enterprise magazine.
Matt Reeves grew up in the Park Hill area of Staten Island, home to legendary artists such as Wu-Tang Clan and King Just. Artists like A Tribe Called Quest, De La Soul, Common, Mos Def, and Boot Camp Clik helped shape the various styles and content reflected in his overall catalogue. Matt Reeves describes himself as “nobody special but somebody great” by which he means that he is an everyday artist who aims to appeal to everyday people. His songs are attached to true emotion which allows his music to resonate with listeners from all walks of life. Matt prides himself in making music that people feel and relate to. Matt is not a newcomer to music and the hip hop culture. Over the years, he has collaborated with some of hip hop’s most respected artists and producers from across the United States. His musical projects include GSDT – Get Signed or Die Trying, 4 The Love of Hip Hop, and MLR – After My Past Before My Future.
Jermaine Fletcher is the co-director and co-producer of the film, The Curators Volume 1: A Story of Independence, which was recently selected for the Pan African Film Festival in Los Angeles. He currently works as an editor for BloombergUTV and is a graduate of Florida A&M University. He has served as director and editor for FutureMental Productions, is a cofounder of The Manifold Magazine, and director and producer of The Curators of Hip Hop, an online documentary series and archive.
Free and open to the public
Department of Ethnic Studies, Ethnic Studies Student Association (ESSA), UH Diversity and Equity Initiative, Manoa Campus
|Monday, April 28|
Student Focus Group on Sexual Violence: JABSOM & Cancer Center
Manoa Campus, Gold Bond Building Room 716 (JABSOM)
Inside the Ethnic Studies Studio...Feat. Carolyn Malachi, Matt Reeves, & JFletch
Manoa Campus, George Hall 227
Second Language Studies Final Oral
Manoa Campus, Moore 551
Student Focus Group on Sexual Violence: Undergrad and Graduate LGBTQ
Manoa Campus, Queen Lili'uokalani Center for Student Services, Room 411
Student Focus Group on Sexual Violence: William S. Richardson School of Law
Manoa Campus, William S. Richardson School of Law, Room 254
International Management Final Oral
Manoa Campus, Business Administration (BUSAD) D-204
Student Focus Group on Sexual Violence: Male Student Athletes
Manoa Campus, Athletics Department Letterwinners Clubhouse
One Fish Many Stories
Manoa Campus, Agricultural Sciences Building 219
Talk Story with the Office for Civil Rights Re: Sexual Violence at UHM (Open)
Manoa Campus, Queen Lili'uokalani Center for Student Services, Rooms 208 & 411
Piano-Instrumental Collaboration recital
Manoa Campus, Orvis Auditorium
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