This event is free. Cracked Walnut presents the fifth literary event of our fall reading series, If We Wanted To". It is important to be mindful of the context of this
This event is free.
Cracked Walnut presents the fifth literary event of our fall reading series, If We Wanted To”. It is important to be mindful of the context of this reading and its location. This reading is located on the lands of Indigenous communities and will take place in Minneapolis’ Historic Northside community, in the UROC art gallery. UROC is located on the same block of the 4th precinct, were thousands of people occupied in protest of the murder of Jamar Clark who was killed just blocks away.
Nicola Xavier Koh
Hosted by Marion Gomez
The theme of this reading reflects upon the following Nayyirah Waheed poem:
people of color
burn the world down.
— how stunningly beautiful that our sacred respect for the earth is deeper than our rage. “
(Tuesday) 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
UROC University of Minnesota Urban Research and Outreach-Engagement Center
2001 Plymouth Ave N, Minneapolis, Minnesota 55411