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Blame it on Hip Hop holds first annual scholarship contest

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biohhIn honor of Hip Hop, the Minneapolis-based apparel company, Blame It On Hip Hop (BIOHH), is announcing their first annual scholarship essay contest, awarding (2) $500 scholarships to two students to advance their work in elevating Hip Hop culture. Graduating high school seniors and college students from across the nation are encouraged to write an original essay, answering one of the following "Big Questions:"

1)  What is the importance of hip-hop culture and it's foundations, and what active role are you taking to give back to hip-hop? or

2)  What do you think the world would look like without hip-hop, and what significance does hip-hop have in your life?

For complete details, please visit http://www.biohh.com/scholarship.html
 

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