HENDERSON, Nev. – Members of the Las Vegas Raiders spent their lone time without work this week participating with Southern Nevada youth, connecting in shared pursuits together with music, sports activities, popular culture and character growth at a Hip Hop & Entrepreneurship workshop.
Linebackers Nick Morrow and Ok.J. Wright and tight finish Darren Waller visited the after-school workshop that focuses on motivating college students to enhance their attendance and educational efficiency by way of hip hop music. Waller yesterday was named the Silver & Black’s nominee for the Walter Payton NFL Man of the 12 months Award offered by Nationwide, one of many League’s most prestigious honors that yearly acknowledges an NFL participant for excellent group service actions off the sphere, in addition to excellence on the sphere. The gamers additionally teamed up with the workshop contributors for a music writing session.
This Hip Hop & Entrepreneurship workshop program is supported by the Raiders and the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Division Basis’s Group Oriented Policing platform and supplies scholar mentorship and advocacy. The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Division Basis Group Oriented Policing platform was the recipient of the Raiders 2020 Social Justice grant to assist group engagement packages just like the Hip Hop & Entrepreneurship workshops.