A Paul Robeson 'Teach-In’: Intolerance of the Few VS. the Humanity of the Many
Friday, April 5th from 9 A.M. to 3 P.M. in the Academic Building, Room 2225 (East Wing) on the College Avenue Campus.

Paul Robeson once said “the intolerance of the few, or the risk of it, carries the day against to wider humanity of the many.” What would he say today about the hateful rhetorics, injustices, violence and acts against humanity?

All students, staff, faculty and the community are invited to listen to the words, inspiration, and life that taught us all that “artists are the gatekeepers of the truth...”

The day will end with a poetry slam that honors Paul Robeson's memory in the spirit of his quote, “the Answer to Injustice is not to silence the critic, but to end the injustice,” which all Poetry Slam Performers must incorporate in his or her piece. Each Performer will not exceed 6 minutes in their performance.

Award for First Place = $250; Second Place = $100 and Third Place = $50

If you would like to attend the event, please REGISTER HERE:

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