ATLANTA COMING SOON
Atlanta Hip Hop is Green Coordinator
The New Jersey born young griot Methuzulah has ghostwritten for numerous American platinum selling hip-hop acts, recorded songs and shared stages with the likes of; Afrika Bambaataa, Dj Premier, Pete Rock, Dj Red Alert, Dj Qbert, Rza, Raekwon, Ghostface, Joey Badass, Rhapsody, Erykah Badu, Snoop Dogg, Goodie Mob, Kool G. Rap & Dj Polo, Sean Price, Jedi Mind Tricks and many more.
Methuzulah is a faithful member of the Universal Zulu Nation, founder and charter leader of the Atlanta Zulu Gatekeepers Charter, Youth Program Director for the J Dilla Foundation and a Red Bull Sound Select Artist. He has been a UZN member since 2009 and founded the Atlanta Zulu Charter in 2014. As a charter leader he has helped to facilitate numerous outreach and educational programs focusing on inner city youth, community and Hip-Hop over the past 5 years including; Youth Days, Book Bag Drives, Feed the People Programs, Unity Jams, various Hip-Hop workshops and monthly UZN charter meetings.
Over the past 5 years Methuzulah has gained tons of experience in non-profit development and community outreach mainly focusing around Inner City Youth, Agriculture & Food. He has strong organizational skills, numerous certifications ranging from small business to community organizing, successful fundraising coordination skills and proficiency in online communications & social media marketing. In addition, he has successfully provided various local Atlanta and California communities such as; Oakland, San Francisco, Kirkwood, Peoplestown, Summer Hill, Mechanicsville and Doraville with hands on interactive workshops, panel discussions, & effective outreach programming services to numerous non-profit organizations on a local and national level. He has also interned at some of Atlanta & New York’s top community gardens and studied from some of the countries most sought after Urban Farmers.
Tassili Maat is the owner of Tassili’s Raw Reality, a raw food restaurant in Atlanta, GA. Her mother was involved in the civil rights movements in the 1960s, and she became vegetarian after hearing about animal cruelties in the food system. She transitioned to veganism soon after.