Revolutionary Love: Queer Voices in Diaspora

Wednesday, October 25, 2017

Wednesday November 08 2017, 5:30pm-7:00pm, Blegen Hall Room 10, University of Minnesota, West Bank

Hosted by Gender and Sexuality Center for Queer and Trans Life and Steven J. Schochet Endowment for GLBT Studies

Revolutionary Love: Queer Voices in Diaspora features writings by first and second generation queer immigrants at the University of Minnesota and in the Twin Cities, who through the ethics of love stand bravely for social justice, love and respect for the oppressed and marginalized communities including immigrants, refugees, LGBTQIA, women and communities of color. Through raw poems, radical songs, revolutionary drums, spoken words and evoking narratives, these resilient voices will share their experiences
as queers in diaspora with an audience both from the University of
Minnesota and Twin Cities.

Featured Writers/Artists:

Nasreen Mohamed
Khaldoun Samman
Dua Saleh
Melinda Lee
Mashal Dilruba Sherzad
Ifrah Mansour

Curated by: Qais Munhazim

The event is Free and it is sponsored by Schochet Endowment


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