From: Sangeeta Mediratta <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Wed, Apr 2, 2014 at 12:37 AM
Subject: April 7 & 8: Jendog Lonewolf & YaliniDream- Performance and Workshop
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Hip Hop, Theater, Poetry, & Dance Performance:
This interactive workshop is for students interested in art and activism and bringing these two passions together. Jendog and Yalini will show students how they bring together artistic methods and practices as a tools for community empowerment, activism, and social justice. YaliniDream will share artistic tools she has used when working with various communities fighting for justice, including-- Bangladeshi and Indian domestic workers in Queens, War affected communities in Sri Lanka and Refugee Camps in India, as well as LGBT People of Color in Central Brooklyn. Jendog Lonewolf will share her science of lyricism, the basics of composing a song, writing bars, and the Art of the Hip Hop Cypher. Participants will have the opportunity to examine injustice while dreaming different realities. Come ready to write, move, reflect, work together, and share. Lunch will be served.
Of Sri Lankan Tamil background, Manchester born, Texas bred and Brooklyn steeped, YaliniDream conjures spirit through her unique blend of poetry, theater, song, and dance-- reshaping reality and seeking peace through justice in the lands of earth, psyche, soul, and dream.
Co-Sponsored by Feminist, Gender, and Sexuality Studies, Stanford Humanities Center
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