JCAL First Friday International Women's Month Celebration
Jamaica Center For Arts & Learning
Join JCAL to celebrate the International Women’s Month with three female spoken words artists Joanne T. Dolman, Selina Hernandez, and Cassandra Nwokah!
Joanne is a Philippine-American stage performer, writer and spoken word who will perform her poems that investigate racism;
Selina Hernandez will present her works that was inspired the daily struggles faced as a mom, a woman of color, an artist, as well as other female struggles;
Cassandra Nwokah, an American Nigerian theatre artist and recent graduate of Columbia University’s MFA theatre program, will showcase her new poetry play i come from A People where she develops a way to express the nuances— joy, pain, confusion, otherness, love, hate, fear, etc.— that binds the black experience in America.
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