Hip Hop Chess Federation Tournament Teaches Kids That Being Smart is The Best Type of Cool

Geek Entertainment just posted their most recent episode about the Hip Hop Chess Foundation. I am very glad that chess---and more specifically "intelligence"---is on the rise again (from being involved in the chess club in my younger years, and also as someone who embraces the geeky-cool side of my personality). I especially love what founder Adisa Banjoko says about teaching unity, strategy, and non-violence; and intelligence showcased without shame. A wonderful message for all of us, young and old alike!

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