Wednesday, April 17, 2019, 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM
Percussion & Poetry Plus!
Marshall Trammell is launching the "Status Quo Is My Enemy" tour across North America, including parts of Mexico and Canada, as well as cities in Spain this year. Trammell is a resident-artist presenting "What Does A Harm Free Zone Sound Like" at Southern Exposure on April 6, 12, 20 & 27. The work features Mutual Aid Project and many more. This last Warrior Ethos/Ecologies tour marks the end of the cycle of Music Research Strategies and the birth of Antidisciplinarity.net (ADN), community engagement approach. Upcoming project included, "White People Killed Them," with John Dietrich and Raven Chacon, "In Defense of Memory," Laura Ortman and Carlos Santistevan, & "Face Jug Band," forthcoming, with Lisa E. Harris & Jawwaad Taylor of GROID.
Originally from San Francisco, Tongo Eisen-Martin is a poet, movement worker, and educator. His latest curriculum on extrajudicial killing of Black people, We Charge Genocide Again, has been used as an educational and organizing tool throughout the country. His book titled, "Someone's Dead Already" was nominated for a California Book Award. His latest book "Heaven Is All Goodbyes" was published by the City Lights Pocket Poets series, was shortlisted for the Griffin Poetry Prize and won a California Book Award and an American Book Award.
Please join us for the first of a series of three great evenings of poetry and music!
Hosted by Team Torio~Tinks ;)