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Saturday, October 20 • 5:00pm - 6:00pm
Whoop Whoop That's the Sound of the Police/ Whoop Whoop That's the Sound of the Beast

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A unique line-up of top-notch writers offer a multi-genre literary performance, traversing the terrain of state sponsored police violence with critical vengeance and intellectual fortitude.

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Amalia Alvarez

Amalia Alvarez was born in San Diego, Califas. Alvarez holds an MFA in Creative Writing, Poetry from UC Riverside, an MA in English, Creative Writing from San Francisco State University, and a Bachelor's of Arts degree in American Studies from UC Santa Cruz. Alvarez taught English... Read More →

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Tyson Amir

Tyson combines his experience surviving America as a black man with hip hop prose, and original analysis to shape what is arguably the most revolutionary statement of the 21st century.
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Adriana Camarena

Check out my new project “Unsettled in the Mission/Inquietos en la Misión,” a series of literary non-fiction essays based on portraits of the resilient working class and poor residents of the traditionally Latino Mission District of San Francisco. The work is published in English... Read More →
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Ana Clarissa Rojas Durazo

(Ana) Clarissa Rojas Durazo grew up in the border cities Mexicali, Baja California and Calexico, California. She practices transformative mama pedagogies by day while decolonizing chicanx studies pedagogies by trade. She is an internationally published poet who believes the creative... Read More →
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Rebeca Flores

A daughter of Central and Mexican American immigrants Rebeca Flores is a graduate student in the MFA program at the University of San Fransisco. She is from Fresno California and has served as a design and poetry editor for the local newspaper, "La Voz de Aztlan" and as a fiction... Read More →
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Felipe Macay AKA Gemimac

Gemimac raps from a unique perpective about life in San Francisco's Mission District.Home grown, earth born, Peace.

Saturday October 20, 2018 5:00pm - 6:00pm
Adobe Books & Arts Cooperative 3130 24th St, San Francisco, CA 94110, USA

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