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Saturday, October 15 • 8:30pm - 9:30pm
SF Flor y Canto Presents Radical Women's Poetry

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Please join us for a night of femme and furious poetry with word-slingers who will make your ears spin. By centering the voices of our varied experience, we are met with painful resonating laughter and the occasional face palm.

Moderators
avatar for Kari Riesgo Bañuelos

Kari Riesgo Bañuelos

Kari Riesgo Bañuelos is a queer mixed native Xicana from South East Los Angeles. As a student, youth advocate, poet, and organizer, Kari centers their work and expression in navigating jotería, neocolonialism, diaspora, fetishization, and vulnerability. They have curated for San... Read More →

Participants
avatar for Cristal  Ibana Bonilla

Cristal Ibana Bonilla

moonbunny prince, the moonbunny chronicles.
I am a queer Colombian-Latinx creative endeavorist, writer, and poet with a decolonial feminist framework writing on and humanizing the experiences of first-generation queers of color. My work is felt as deeply personal, but interpreted and delivered through an intersectional praxis... Read More →
avatar for Rielle Klassen

Rielle Klassen

Rielle is a radically sensitive Asian American woman who moved to the Bay Area two years ago to discover lyfe is beautiful but the struggle is rielle. Always tearful but never silent, Rielle has been using music and poetry to put into words the thoughts and emotions her social anxiety... Read More →
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Berlin Macuixtle

Born in Rio Blanco, Veracruz, Mexico and raised in Long Beach, California, Berlin Macuixtle Tecpile has now found herself living in different corners in the Bay Area. Currently she has set down roots in Oakland while she finishes her undergraduate degree at San Francisco State University... Read More →
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AK de Morais

AK is a queer poet and scholar from Mozambique and other places, currently living and studying in Santa Cruz
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Kelechi Ubozoh

Kelechi Ubozoh is a Nigerian-American mental health advocate, writer, and SF Bay Area poet. In summer of 2019, her book with co-editor Liz Green, We’ve Been Too Patient will be released from North Atlantic Books and distributed by Penguin Random House. We’ve Been Too Patient... Read More →


Saturday October 15, 2016 8:30pm - 9:30pm
Acción Latina 2958 24th Street, San Francisco, CA 94110

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