Hatten only planned for 150 people, but 300-plus crowded the court within the first hour. "I had 275 shirts made and all of them are gone!" Laughter and good times wrapped around court—athletics, teaching, reunions, and networking intersected and we all got a piece. Hatten contributed something to Baltimore that many of us caught up in revolutionary work sometimes forget about: fun. How can we as activists, artists, and the media move forward without taking the time to celebrate with the young people that we are fighting for? More importantly, Hatten's talent allows him to live, play, and spend time in dozens of countries around the world, but he opts to do community work right in in Baltimore where we need him the most.