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Danger Room: Justice for All Elements

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Extreme Crew vs. Last for One

J.U.I.C.E.'s 4th Annual Danger Room: Justice for All Elements is going down tomorrow, August 23, from 4pm to midnight at the First Unitarian Church (2936 W. 8th Street). The $7 charge is well worth the eight hours of Bonnie & Clyde style Bboy+Bgirl Battles, live graf battles, DJs Kenzo, Renato and Ultraman, and an emcee showcase featuring Rogue Venom, OYG of Keetokers, SP-83 of Customers Service and Project Blowed, and Danger Room all stars.

J.U.I.C.E., Justice by Uniting in Creative Energy, is a non-profit organization that helps youth in LA explore the elements of hip-hop. J.U.I.C.E. meets every Thursday from 4pm to 9pm at the First Unitarian Church, and offers practice space and lessons from industry professionals in bboying, DJing, emceeing/spoken word, music recording, and urban art. The organization also puts on conferences, film festivals, hip-hop showcases, community morals, and have even had notable hip-hop pioneers (like Afrika Bambaattaa) vist during their weekly meetings.