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Events

When:

Thursday, October 16, 2008
7:00–9:00 p.m.

Where:

University Center Ballroom
 
 

Alix Olson & Stacy Ann Chin


Alix Olson is an internationally touring folk poet and progressive queer artist-activist. One part peace vigil, one part protest rally, and one part joyful raucous concert, Alix ignites audiences everywhere she performs. Olson’s innumerable stage, broadcast, radio and print appearances include twice headlining HBO’s “Def Poetry Jam” (Russell Simmons), and an inclusion in Utne Magazine’s InRadio compilation. Utne’s website calls Olson “…the spoken word diva everyone’s talking about.”

Stacey Ann Chin is a fulltime artist. A resident of New York City and a Jamaican National, she has been an “out poet and political activist” since 1998. From the rousing cheers of the Nuyorican Poets’ Cafe to one-woman shows Off- Broadway to poetry workshops in Denmark and London to co-writer and performer in the Tony nominated, Russell Simmons Def Poetry Jam on Broadway, Chin credits the long list of “things she has done” to her grandmother’s hard-working history and the pain of her mother’s absence. 

This event is part of the ICAN collaboration project. It is sponsored by the Lesbian Gay Bi Trans Straight Student Association and the ICAN Diversity Workgroup.

 
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