National Basketball & Hip-Hop Culture Month June 2009, America's Cultural Celebration of Hoops and Hip-Hop

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To honor the history, legacy, and 25th Anniversary (1984-2009) of the basketball and hip-hop culture fusion era born in 1984. June has been selected as National Basketball & Hip-Hop Culture Month. The culture fusion of hoops and hip-hop is now 25, Welcome to Dunkadelic Nation.

To honor the 25th Anniversary (1984-2009) of the basketball & hip-hop culture fusion born in 1984 that is known now as The "Dunkadelic-Era" In America, 1984-Present. June 2009 has been selected as the first National Basketball & Hip-Hop Culture Month.

NBHHCM (http://www.NBHHCM.org) the non-profit foundation founded in 2009 was created to promote the history, legacy, and 25th Anniversary of hoops and hip-hop culture in America.

National Basketball & Hip-Hop Culture Month will be broken down each year during the month of June celebrating basketball with the 4 original elements of hip-hop mcing, djing, graffiti art, and breakdancing. NBHHCM will begin on the 23rd of the 52nd week of each year. Michael Jordan and LeBron James are the 2 NBA stars that have worn and branded the #23. There were 23 teams in the NBA back in 1984 the birth-year of the hoops and hip-hop era.

Week #1 B-ballers & Mcing (rapping)
Week #2 B-ballers & Djing
Week #3 B-ballers & Graffiti Art
Week #4 B-ballers & Breakdancing

Visit http://www.NBHHCM.org to see the 25 headline title names for each year from 1984-2009 of The "Dunkadelic-Era" In America, 1984-Present.

There will be a National Press Conference/Reception in Baltimore, Maryland on Monday June 1, 2009 at 6:00 pm announcing the official "Tip-Off" of NBHHCM '09. Here is a link to the Facebook Invitation link http://www.facebook.com/home.php?#/event.php?eid=72464479553&ref=mf. This is an historical American cultural event.

National Press Conference/Reception
An die Musik
409 N. Charles Street
Baltimore, Maryland 21201

The press conference is open to all local Baltimore-area and National media radio/TV outlets. For more information please contact:

Derrick E. Vaughan
National Basketball & Hip-Hop Culture Month
443-851-5244

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