15 years after September 11th, 2001, the US has seen an increase in race-related social justice issues. Many of us who are LGBTQ, Muslim, Black, of the South Asian Diaspora, have experienced racial profiling, surveillance, and immigration restrictions on our communities.
But what does this have to do with Zines? What’s a Zine?!
In this workshop, we will answer these questions, teach you about making Zines, and show you how Zines can be used to raise voices that go unheard and spread stories that are often suppressed.
KhushDC, The Peace House DC, and National Queer Asian Pacific Islander Alliance are holding this space to elevate our voices through both zines and performance art. The Workshop will start at 7 PM and we will invite performers to share art, spoken word, poetry, and music at 8PM
CALL FOR ARTISTS: If you are interested in performing in this space please contact Sarang at firstname.lastname@example.org or send KhushDC a facebook message.
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