Poetry in Protest: A Solidarity Reading
Poetry in Protest: A Solidarity Reading

***VIRTUAL EVENT***
Livestreamed on the AAWW Facebook page.

Join us for a powerful celebration of Asian American voices, featuring an acclaimed lineup of some of our community’s most prolific poets and spoken word artists.

Tune in for readings by:
Aria Aber • George Abraham • Kazim Ali • Hala Alyan • Regie Cabico
Marilyn Chin • Staceyann Chin • Franny Choi • Tarfia Faizullah • E.J. Koh
Emily Luan • Joseph O. Legaspi • Bao Phi • Bushra Rehman • Paisley Rekdal
Craig Santos Perez • Janice Lobo Sapigao • Monica Sok
Adeeba Shahid Talukder • Jenny Xie • Ishle Yi Park • Monica Youn
Kelly Zen-Yie Tsai • Jenny Zhang • Yanyi

This reading is taking place as part of a national day of solidarity, co-sponsored with our friends at PEN America.

The Asian American Writers’ Workshop and PEN America, alongside members of the global literary community, are holding a virtual day of solidarity to call out hate in all its heinous forms. We stand in support of Asian, Asian American, and Pacific Islander communities that have been targeted by rising hate and racism in recent months during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The virtual day of solidarity will feature a daylong schedule of free activities including workshops, poetry readings, and a teach-in to celebrate and engage a wide range of Asian and Asian American voices.

Click here for the complete schedule of events.

Poetry in Protest: A Solidarity Reading

Wednesday, May 27, 2020
5:00 PM
$0.00


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