Rajnii Eddins performs poetry and engages diverse audiences for the purpose of confronting white supremacy while affirming common humanity.
Each one of us has a story that is valuable. Rajnii Eddins utilizes spoken word as a tool for engagement in conversations about race, culture, equity and the richness to be found in each of our stories. In this presentation, Eddins will share his poetry and the historical context in which it was created. He will discuss how our stories can be used to confront racism and other injustices, affirm diversity and equity, and initiate community dialogue. He will conclude with a conversation about how attendees can share their stories as a way to create healing and to grow mutual understanding.
$750; please contact Rajnii directly to discuss
Available in correctional facilities.
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