Thursday, August 23, 2012

Afrika Bambaataa signed letter-of-intent to create a National Museum of Hip Hop in the Bronx Kingsbridge Armory

WE NEED ALL OF YOUR SUPPORT ON THIS,WE DO NOT CARE WHAT PART OF THE WORLD YOUR FROM PLEASE CALL IN WITH A OUTRAGE. WE ARE TRYING TO GET OUR HIP HOP MUSEUM HERE IN THE BRONX AT THIS PLACE AS WELL AS FOOD STORES CENTERS,AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAMS FOR YOUTH AND MANY MORE AND THE BRONX PRESIDENT WANTS TO PUT A HOCKEY RING,WHICH THE COMMUNITY DOES NOT NEED AND THIS WILL BE A PLACE WHERE ALL PEOPLE FROM THE WORLD COULD COME TO AND ENJOY BUT IF THEY PUT UP A HOCKEY RING ,THEN THERE BE NONE OF THE THINGS WE MENTION FOR THE WORLD TO SEE BUT SPORT AND PLAY HOCKEY.

NO LOVE FOR THE PEOPLE. PLEASE EVERYONE ON THE PLANET CALL IN AND LET THEM KNOW THE WORLD DOES NOT NEED NO HOCKEY RING IN THE BIRTH PLACE OF HIP HOP BUT WE DO NEED IS THIS PLACE FOR ALL PEOPLE IN THE WORLD CAN COME AND SHOP,RELAX,GO TO MOVIE,GET ENTERTAIN,CENTERS FOR THE YOUTH,EDUCATION AND MORE. CALL THESE NUMBERS AND TELL HOW ANGRY YOUR ARE FOR THE BRONX PRESIDENT OR THE CITY OF NEW YORK WOULD EVEN THINK OF PUTTING THIS HOCKEY SPORT AND PLAY OVER THE DEMAND OF THE PEOPLE TO PUT A FAMILY COMMUNITY EVENTS PLACE FOR ALL THE WORLD TO COME TO IN THE BIRTH PLACE OF HIP HOP CULTURE.
PEACE.

I urge everyone who is in support of the Mercado Mirabo proposal please send an e-mail or/and call the following individuals and them know how you feel about the National Ice Center proposal which is not what the community wants nor needs. Use the email and phone numbers below to show your outrage and displeasure with his choice. There is another proposal that offers the Bronx a more divers
 e mix of sports, entertainment and retail shops that he has not considered. We need you to help us make him and other Bronx officials know that we are not going to accept this decision!

Councilman Fernando Cabrera at fcabrera@council.nyc.gov (347) 590-2874 and 

NYCEDC's president, Seth Pinsky at spinsky@nycedc.com

Bronx Borough President Ruben Díaz Jr. rdiazjr@bronxbp.nyc.gov (718) 590-3500
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SAVE PLANET EARTH
SAVE THE CHILDREN
SAVE YOURSELF

There's a lot of articles (see below) hitting the press today (and tomorrow) about Ruben endorsing the ice hockey proposal.  If you can rally your supporters, it would be great to continue commenting on all of these articles 


BRONX, August 22, 2012 — Afrika Bambaataa, Bronx native and Hip Hop pioneer, has signed a letter-of-intent to help create a National Museum of Hip Hop in the Bronx's landmark Kingsbridge Armory, not far from where Hip Hop culture originated, if Youngwoo & Associates, the group bidding to transform the Bronx's Kingsbridge Armory into a market/food/recreation destination is selected as the developer by the NYC EDC.

The Armory's been empty for nearly 20 years and, if YWA wins the bid, the project is expected to bring jobs and stimulate new businesses including low-cost space for start-ups.

Mercado Mirabo has pledges to collaborate with CJ CGV, the company offering the world's first advanced 4D environmental effects bringing a sensory-immersive cinema experience to moviegoers. The theater at Mercado Mirabo would be the first in the nation to have the advanced 4D effects.  Mercado Mirabo also has partnership agreements with Crunch Gym, The New York Gauchos basketball program and Brooklyn Boulders rock climbing gym and with international arts leaders Putumayo World Music, Pinta, and Grupo Ars.

Mr. Bambaataa is rounding up support from an alliance and team of legendary Hip Hop pioneers and plans to meet with the Borough President Ruben Diaz, Jr. to champion the project.



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