Lost images and audio of Dyhemias first HHCF tournament


Back before the world knew her name, HHCF founder Adisa Banjoko calling on all the girls of the SF Bay Area  to come out, play the game and learn a little.  It was here at John O’Connell High School that Adisa saw her potential and urged her to compete and try to live the game out in her life. This was the first time Dyhemia competed on the boards. She had not been practicing alot, ’cause life was putting pressure on her…and just like her last tournament- she came out a winner. Listen to her talking at the end of the clip!


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The Hip Hop Chess Federation fuses music chess and martial arts to promote unity, strategy and non-violence. Our goal is to improve the intellectual, cultural and artistic state of young American minds.
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