Highlights from the Absurdity of Race event April 25

April 30, 2014

As part of the YWCA's Stand Against Racism day, we hosted an event on "The Absurdity of Race" on April 25. The event included two spoken word performances and a panel discussion on internalized racial oppression. See below for photos, videos of the spoken word performances, and a tweet roundup from the event.


Photo of the three panelists for the Absurdity of Race eventThe audience listens to the panel discussion at the Absurdity of Race event





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Videos of spoken word performances



Tweet Roundup








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