What We Do
We develop innovative, culturally-tailored, evidenced-based health literacy music and media tools for children and families.
We partner locally, regionally and internationally to foster and strengthen strategic partnerships with health-focused institutions, companies, and organizations.
We empower stakeholders, in the U.S. and around the globe, to infuse Hip Hop Public Health resources into youth health and wellness programming through our Hip Hop Public Health MCs Program
HOW WE DO IT
We create interactive, standards-based, multimedia resources that engage youth while equipping them with the knowledge and tools they need to make healthy choices.
Take a look at our NEW release, 20 Seconds or More, created to empower youth and families with the right information, tools and resources to help mitigate the spread of COVID-19.
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Do you know what are GO, SLOW and WHOA foods? My students know! Thank you Hip Hop Public Health for teaching healthy eating and living in such a fun way!Eileen TiradoAdaptive P.E. Teacher, West Palm Beach, Florida
The American College of Sports Medicine, the largest organization in the fields of sports medicine and exercise science, is extraordinarily pleased to partner with Hip Hop Public Health. HHPH is a uniquely powerful innovation in improving the health of American youth. It not only closes the gap among research, public health communication, health literacy, and urban life, it actually redefines and transforms reality.Jim WhiteheadCEO/Executive Vice President, American College of Sports Medicine
WOW! That is about all I have to say about Hip Hop Public Health. What a fabulous program you all ran today at PS 81. Kids and teachers had a blast!Abbe SargeantP.E. Teacher, P.S. 81 New York City
The Hip Hop H.E.A.L.S. program exceeded all of our expectations. Our students were involved, excited, and benefited from the lessons learned. Our cafeteria manager also loved what he saw with the "Go, Slow, Whoa" stoplight. I think you have tapped into a way to connect with our students and will make a positive impact in their eating choices. You have given us a great starting point and conversation starter to work from moving forward and I thank you for that!Nicholas Stavola P.E. Teacher, P.S. 105 New York City
Who We Are
Through Hip Hop Public Health, we’re changing the way youth understand healthy living. We use hip-hop music and innovative media tools to create programs that improve health literacy and foster positive behaviors.