Spitting Fire: Honoring PLACE through Spoken Word Poetry

Sponsor: NCA First Vice President
Fri, 11/18: 3:30 PM - 4:45 PM CST
Marriott 
Room: Preservation Hall Studio 2 - 2nd Floor 
This session highlights the possibilities of Black Rhetoric, through the avenue of spoken word poetry, both as a healing as well as transgressive communication strategy used by artistes and scholars alike. Through live performances by professional poets from New Orleans as well as communication scholar-poets, the panel invites the audience to reflect upon the historical and philosophical contributions of Black Rhetoric as well as how that rhetoric has been used to interrogate and honor PLACE.

Chair

Nickesia S-A Gordon, Rochester Institute of Technology  - Contact Me

Presenter(s)

Kataalyst Alcindor, Poet  - Contact Me
Jerrica Franklin, Poet  - Contact Me
Ernest Mack, Wiley College  - Contact Me
Amasharay McDonald, Rochester Institute of Technology  - Contact Me
Rodrick Minor, Poet  - Contact Me
Sean Allen  - Contact Me
Javon Johnson, University of Nevada  - Contact Me

Sponsor/Co-Sponsors

Black Caucus
Emphasizing Liberation
NCA First Vice President