Thursday, October 27th

Public Talk: Identity and Resistance Event

Time: 5:00 pm-7:00 pm

Description:

2011 Campus Dialogue on Race: (In)Equality to Equity in Education.

Poetry, hip hop, and other forms of artistic expression can offer powerful counter-narratives to dominant discourses. At the same time, cultural representations also can serve to reinforce stereotypes and inequalities. Poet, activist, educator and hip hop artist Tim'm West will help us untangle the web of art, identity and resistance through analysis, performance, and empowering strategies for change.

Price: Free

Location:

College Creek Great Hall

Directions: Entrance is on the north side of the College Creek Marketplace building. The Great Hall is on the second floor.

Contact:

Multicultural Center
mcc@humboldt.edu

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