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H2H stands for Holler to the Hood
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Holler to the Hood Michael Miller and Maura Ugarte from the CSM co-produced a documentary on Appalshop's innovative community media project, Holler to the Hood. The Center for Social Media teamed up with MIT's New Media Literacy project to create three video exemplars with six American University School of Communication students. At the Center, the project was co-lead by SOC's Maggie Burnette Stogner and CAS's Celine-Marie Pascale.
In April 2002, Holler to the Hood began a collaboration among traditional Appalachian musicians and hip-hop musicians. The purpose is to bring two traditions together for a unique exchange and artistic exploration of two distinctly rooted traditions. The musicians initially engaged in the project were Dirk Powell, Rich Kirby, and DanjaMowf. Grounded in the distinct hip-hop and Appalachian cultural traditions in which the artists are immersed, the music produced explores, compares, and articulates the struggles and issues of contemporary rural and urban communities through a unique collaboration.
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Holler to the Hood is a project of the media arts and education center Appalshop. Located in the central Appalachian coalfields, Appalshop produces films, videos, radio, theater, and community cultural projects. Holler to the Hood is a multi-media project addressing the criminal justice system.
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