- Location: Divinity School, Reading Room
- Contact: Krystal Tsosie
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Website: https://www.facebook.com/events/469460243456053/
- Audience: Free and Open to the Public
Social Justice, Immigration, Protest, Activism, Being a Person of Color.
On Tues, March 20th (at the Vanderbilt Divinity Reading Room), we invite featured spoken word artists, poets, and painters to showcase their works on themes of social justice and awareness. Artists from a variety of racial/ethnic backgrounds will gather in the gorgeous Divinity Reading Room to express their feelings through a variety of media. We invite poets from Latinx, Black, indigenous, international, LGBTQI, and other diverse groups to attend and participate in this inclusive event.
6:30 PM - Reception (bring ID)
7:00 PM - Main Event
7:45 PM - Open Mic
Co-sponsors and collaborators include: Latino and Latina Studies, Latinx and Black Seminarians, Native Americans in Tennessee Interacting at Vanderbilt (NATIVe), Al's Pub, Freedom Arts Nashville, Religion in the Arts by Vanderbilt Divinity.