|Hip-Hop Literacy Giveaway Contest Part II|
|Written by Site Admin. ID2313|
|Saturday, 04 February 2006 10:39|
This give away has ended. Thanks to all who entered. Winners are being contacted by email
ThugLifeArmy.com and Deejay Ra's Lyrical Knockout Entertainment are pleased to offer another ''Hip-Hop Literacy'' giveaway contest: this time to mark the 40th anniversary of the civil rights movement (specifically the founding of the Black Panthers in 1966) as well as to commemorate the recent opening of the Muhammad Ali Center in Louisville, Kentucky.
The ''Hip-Hop Literacy'' Part II contest has 3 Prize Packs. Pick a prize packet and email your answer to the question. Winners will be chosen from those who email the correct answers.
The ''Hip-Hop Literacy'' Part II contest will last throughout Black History Month and end on March 1st so don’t sleep on this. The winners will be picked from those who answer the question correctly. Winners will be emailed and at that time will be asked for their mailing address.
Here are The ''Hip-Hop Literacy'' Part II contest Prize Packets and questions:
1) ''Gandhi & King'' Prize Pack - "Growing Up King" autobiography by Martin Luther King's son Dexter Scott King (courtesy of Time Warner Books) plus "The Autobiography of Mahatma Gandhi" book (courtesy of Penguin Books)
Question: Which actor portrayed Martin Luther King in Will Smith's "Ali" film who also starred as Kunta Kinte in Alex Haley's "Roots" TV series?
2) ''Ali & Spike'' Prize Pack - "Soul of a Butterfly" autobiography by Muhammad Ali (courtesy of Simon & Schuster and www.AliCenter.org ) plus "Spike Lee" biography (courtesy of PocketEssentials UK)
Question: Which actor narrates the audiobook version of Muhammad Ali's autobiography who also narrates the eulogy for Malcolm X at the end of Spike Lee's "X" film?
3) ''Huey & Afeni'' Prize Pack - "Huey P. Newton" writings collection edited by David Hilliard (courtesy of Seven Stories and www.BlackPanther.org ) and plus "Evolution of a Revolutionary" autobiography by Afeni Shakur-Davis as told to Jasmine Guy (courtesy of Simon & Schuster) as well as "All of Us" CD by youth rap group Black Panther Fugitives (courtesy of Dr. Huey P. Newton Foundation)
Question: What was the year that both rap icon Tupac 's (2Pac's) "Me Against The World" CD and Mario Van Peebles'' "Panther" film were released?
Be sure to put the name of the Prize Pack you are interested in the title bar of your email, and be sure to include your answer to the question.
Be sure to check out the latest ''Hip-Hop Literacy'' college radio PSA from Deejay Ra featuring ''Ali'' and ''Mo Better Blues'' actor Giancarlo Esposito - HERE.
And peep ThugLifeArmy.com's past coverage of the ''Hip-Hop Literacy'' high school and college radio campaign - HERE.
Deejay Ra's web site - http://www.lyricalknockout.com