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A Conversation About Language, Performance, Power, and Place with Mariah Parker and Lee Bains

Uptown Campus
Tulane University

Mariah is a rapperorganizer, progressive city council memberpublic speaker, and linguistics PhD candidate in Athens, Georgia. Lee is a New Yorker-published poetsinger, and arts-based labor advocate from Birmingham, now living in Atlanta. Their discussion will explore, among other things, the roles of creative language and performance in forming collective political consciousness, advancing antiracist visions, and building inclusive futures. The conversation will be moderated by Natalia Ospina García, a graduate student at the Stone Center focused on poetry,  gender, and countercultural movements in Brazil.
Center for Public ServiceStudents Organizing Against RacismMellon Graduate Program in Community-Engaged ScholarshipCenter for Public Service

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