Echoes Of Oppression: Music, Spoken Word & Poems | San Jose
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Morris Dailey Auditorium | 1 Washington Square, San Jose, CA
Submitted by the Event Organizer
This is a collaborative performance that echoes the oppression of all marginalized people, further exploring how various forms of oppression are interrelated. This performance is comprised of music, spoken word pieces, poems, and skills with featured published works fom the Ferguson Syllabus and the New Black Arts Festival.
Students and alumni, from California State University, East Bay and San Jose State University, share dramatic/comedic testimonies of survival, perseverance, and resilience highlighting areas of race, cultural, and sexual identity, interpersonal relationships, mental health, sexual assault and abuse, #BlackLivesMatter, women empowerment, and self-love.
Free but an RSVP is recommended.