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Leroy Moore & BADAS Tour - Stories, Visual Art, Music, Spoken Word and Politics

Date:
Thursday, February 24, 2005
Time:
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Event Type:
Concert/Show
Organizer/Author:
Jon Garfield
Location Details:
New College of California
766 Valencia Street
San Francisco

Leroy Moore, Jr.,

"Black Disabled Man with A Big Mouth & A High I.Q."

& Bay Area Black Disabled Artists

Stories, visual art, music, spoken word and politics for Black History Month

Thursday, February 24 at 7 p.m.
New College Cultural Center, 766 Valencia Street, SF

In this year’s Black History Month the doors of the Black Community will be blasted wide open to share spoken word, lectures, jazz poetry and some visual arts and more.by Leroy Moore, Jr. and a Black Disabled Artistic\performance group called BADAS, Black And Disabled Artists Sharing.

Sliding-scale donation $1 -1,000000; no one turned away for lack of $.
Sponsored by New College Center for Education and Social Action.

For more information about this event: 415-437-3425

Leroy Franklin Moore Jr. is a disabled African American writer, poet, community activist and feminist. Moore has a spoken word CD, a chapbook - Black Disabled Man with a Big Mouth & A High IQ - and Buried Alive Not Dead, a collection of essays, poems and short stories. Moore is currently collaborating with The Dancing Tree on a film to be completed in 2005 based on his writings around themes of sexuality. Moore performs with Molotov Mouths: Outspoken Word Troupe whose work is anthologized in Molotov Mouths Explosive New Writing (Manic D Press, 2003) and with Black and Disabled Artists Sharing, BADAS . His media work includes a syndicated column, Illin-N-Chillin, for Poor Magazine, San Francisco Bayview Newspaper of San Francisco and Nubian News of New Jersey. Currently he is one of the co-hosts for a radio-show, "Pushing Limits", on KPFA Free Speech Radio, Berkeley California.
http://www.leroymoore.com/

Added to the calendar on Sat, Feb 19, 2005 8:03PM
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