Fri, Jan 17 | Town Hall Seattle

A Scribe Called Quess? with Nikita Oliver: Dismantling the Colonial Legacy

Poetry and short lecture on today's struggle against white supremacy followed by Q&A. Not to be missed!
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A Scribe Called Quess? with Nikita Oliver: Dismantling the Colonial Legacy

Time & Location

Jan 17, 2020, 7:30 PM
Town Hall Seattle , 1119 8th Ave, Seattle, WA 98101, USA

About the Event

A Scribe Called Quess? tells the story of a struggle that culminated with the successful organizing of Take Em Down NOLA to remove four white supremacist monuments in New Orleans in 2017. He explores the history of white supremacist symbolism in New Orleans from a global and deep time perspective, zooming in to the decades long struggle to remove these symbols. Along the way, A Scribe Called Quess? connects the symbols of white supremacy that litter New Orleans to the history of racist violence that they reflect and endorse to the present day systemic oppression and state sanctioned violence they give license to. Listen in as A Scribe Called Quess? presents a poetic and civic exploration of the fight against white supremacy.

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