Jersey City, New Jersey (PRWEB) October 4, 2006
OurTrueVision.com, a hip-hop focused community created of the common goal to place computers in each home for both education and career enhancement, has been launched. We will not only bring a free computer to every low income household in the nation with children but we also interview high profile artist. We post the video interviews with some of your favorite hip hop artists such as Tablib Kweli, Eric Sermon of EPMD, Black Thought from the Roots, Papoose, M1 from Dead Prez and more.
"Don't just talk about it, be about it!"-the slogan for OurTrueVision.com (OTV). This Hip-Hop focused social center's website debuted September 28 2006, and offers an impressive selection of music and ring tones provided by gumptions new hip-hop artists for purchase.
But that isn't all OTV offers. OTV will provide video interviews with the hottest high profile/new up coming hip hop artists/actors/comedians. The site also features a resource library for economically challenged families with topics ranging from home buying tips to improving your credit score to access to professional services and even substance abuse programs. This online community is "dedicated to encouraging our youth to open their minds and seek their own inner greatness" says Francine "Frenchi" Reyes, founder. The mission will be accomplished by speaking to the youth through the voices of their favorite celebrities, who will "pass on the message of social change."
In addition to the resource center, the funds raised through the store will go to production of a Web-TV program hosted by the founder and will feature the celebrity guests that our youths want to see most, all speaking the same truth of social change. Finally, Our True Vision is planning to place computers in the homes and schools of the economically disadvantaged, giving them the necessary tools to catch up both academically and in their careers.
"The message is clear" says Reyes of the new organization, "we are here to plant the seed of social change, speaking the voice of Hip-Hop!"
Francine "Frenchi" Reyes