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"Even if I am eventually allowed to leave the dungeon, I will not consider myself free...I will not be free until all my Black people are free" - Angela Davis

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Street Bid'Naz Presents: Project Prom

Our newest president Diandra Davidson, decided that although the school year is over, the movement never stops! Prom is the night a young girl dreams of their entire High school career; a night full of magical moments with dashes of unforgettable memories. However, prom equates a substantial amount of expenses that many students are unable to afford. Street Bid'Naz along with other members of the community plan to ease those expenses by offering our services to high school students. We are providing FREE make-up services and prom dresses on May 28th for D.C. High School females who cannot afford it. If you are in the DMV and interested in doing make-up or if you are in NYC or theDMV area and have a prom dress you wouldn't mind donating (especially those sizes 4-8)for a good cause shoot me an email ASAP at


From it's very beginnings Street Bid'Naz has been up and coming. But in the last year or so it has become a valued organization to Howard University and the community at large. And the best has yet to come. Empty promises are given to our youth more than we can count. But our promises to uplift, motivate and educate our young brothers and sisters will not go undone. Along with the help of Howard students the year of 2010- 2011 is the year of ACTION. We PLAN to have programs, panels as well as concerts to educate our youth about themselves as well as their culture. We WANT to inspire their spirits and encourage them to reach and make their dreams real. We NEED instill morals and ethics that can not be found from their local dealer. We WILL show our youth that their is more than the streets and what they have learn can only help them in attaining their goals. Not only are we here to educate but we are also a friend; a shoulder to cry on and ear to listen. Street Bid'Naz is the refuge of the youth of our community! Join the Movement!

The History Of Street Bid'naz


In 2003, the City of Oakland witnessed an alarming amount of homicides, predominately targeted towards the African American community. In lieu of the devastating events, founder, Agzja Carey, organized a call to action from her high school peers. It was this call to action that led to the birth of Street Bid’naz: A New Kind of Hustle.


From 2003-2005, Street Bid’naz held bi-monthly meetings at the Family Violence Law Center in downtown Oakland. Members went to different high schools and youth organizations to speak about the current state of Oakland as well as solutions that could help change the city.

Street Bid’naz’s largest event was a Bay Area wide Dance Competition held at Oakland Technical High School. Students from the local colleges and high schools came out to support the cause. Participants were informed on the proper way to fill out a FAFSA as well as the importance of non-violence and attending college. All the money that Street Bid’naz raised went back into the community.