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Saturday, October 14 • 6:30pm - 7:30pm
"20 Minutes of Action": JUST ART: Stanford Artist/Activist Collective

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Race, rape and social justice. Stanford writers of color respond to Brock Turner's "20 minutes of action," Donald Trump's "locker room talk," and rape culture. 20minutesofaction.weebly.com

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Afroz Zain Algiers

PhD Student, JUST ART: Stanford Artist/Activist Collective
Afroz is a community organizer, actor & improviser. Her past theatre projects have been on South Asian gender struggles and Islamophobia.
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Kari Barclay

PhD Student, Stanford University
Kari Barclay is a theater director, researcher, and community organizer from Washington, DC and Durham, NC, currently based at Stanford University. Directing credits include THE BULL CITY DIGNITY PROJECT, ME TOO MONOLOGUES, BULLY BOY, and the THE MAN WHO. He continues to work aro... Read More →
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Jenny Hong

Storyteller, JUST ART: Stanford Artist/Activist Collective
Jenny is a PhD candidate and storyteller at Stanford University.
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Sage Isabella

Symbolic Systems Masters Student, Stanford University
Sage has too many passions to ever be incredible at any of them. She loves too hard and cares too much. She is currently completing a master's degree in Symbolic Systems on the ethical responsibility of tech companies to assist in poverty alleviation while designing an applicatio... Read More →
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Thao P. Nguyen

Playwright/Performer, JUST ART: Stanford Artist/Activist Collective
Thao P. Nguyen is a performer and playwright who makes art about whatever pisses them off – racism, rape, white power, hetero/cis-sexism, and people who don't say "please" and "thank you." Their first full-length solo comedy, "Fortunate Daughter," was named one of the Top 10 Ba... Read More →
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Luz Minerva Jimenez Ruvalcaba

Luz is a VONA Alumna and a PhD Candidate at Stanford University.
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Amber Walker

Teacher/ Poet/ Activist
Amber Walker identifies first as a black queer woman and second as a spoken word poet. She has been practicing her craft for 7 years. Originally from New Jersey, she graduated from Stanford in June, with a M.A. in education. She now teaches high school math in San Francisco. H... Read More →
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Hope G. Yi

Hope G. Yi studies racial representation in media at Stanford University. By centering neurodivergent and QTPoC experiences, they endeavor to make art that is uncomfortable and real to the point of absurdity.

Saturday October 14, 2017 6:30pm - 7:30pm
Noisebridge 2169 Mission Street, San Francisco, CA 94110

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