What Bible Raps looks like at your School
Great story in Religion News Service about Hip Hop Haggadah! Download HERE!
"Your appearance was the “aha” moment at the camp. This is the best experience we had so far." - Sasha Grebenyuk Director, Camp Jookender
- Helena Eilenberg, Ed Director, Merrick Jewish Center
"The students AND the teachers LOVED IT!"
- Chaya Witkovsky Ed. Director, Scarsdale Synagogue Temples
"Truly profound impact made on our community"
- Rabbi Weiss Bornblum Day School
Rappers and Rabbis Ft. Subterranean Homesick Jews
New Mussar Teen Curriculum!
In partnership with Chai Mitzvah, Bible Raps is releasing a Hip Hop fueled Mussar Curriculum. It's free! Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Bible Raps RAPport
Matt Bar had the great honor of being asked to give an ELI Talk on a topic of his choosing last January and was thrilled to speak about Hip Hop and Judaism: Comparing Oral Traditions. Using hip hop as a lens to understand Jewish oral tradition, demonstrating that each functions as a type of education and tradition, calling on voices of the past to discuss issues in the present, Bible Raps believes that the Jewish oral tradition is alive and well, and that rap and hip hop are an important way to engage young people in ancient Talmudic debates. Use this talk, along with the accompanying Guide in your teen classroom or college Hillel group for a lively discussion.