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A survivor of child abuse, foster care, homelessness and incarceration he is the founder of the Hip Hop Project. From Executive Producers Bruce Willis and Queen Latifah, The Hip Hop Project is the compelling documentary of Kazi, a formerly homeless teenager who inspires a group of NYC teens to transform their life stories into powerful works of art, using hip hop as a vehicle for self-development and discovery. Kazi's mission is to use the arts to empower the voice of young people. Chris shares his story of trial to triumph in All Things Are Possible, a forthcoming, youth focused, self help book that gives people practical tools on how to deal with life's adversities. His latest initiative, Together Apart is an innovative touring play/forum designed to create safe spaces, on and offline, where single and committed men and women can engage in empathetic conversations about dating and relationships. A proud father, Kazi is originally from Nassau, Bahamas and now lives in Brooklyn, New York. Chris travels nationally and internationally inspiring audiences through speaking and performances. Kazi has been featured on VH1, CNN, CBS and The Oprah Winfrey Show in a segment called people using their lives.
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