Black Poets Speak Out
Tuesday, February 11 from 11am–12pm
MECA&D, Porteous, Osher Hall, Second floor
Free and open to the public
This workshop focuses on poetry’s ability to help engage communities and address social justice initiatives. As the cofounder of Black Poets Speak Out, Amanda Johnston, will lead participants through a conversation about the movement against police brutality as well as the use of art to express solidarity and transform policy.
This event is part of Resilience Week at MECA&D (February 7–14, 2020). View the event schedule and details here.