Come hear Carmen Mojica and Wesleyan poets demonstrate their talents through spoken word and poetry. Carmen, an author, poet and Doula-in-training from the Bronx, will be sharing works about her Afro-Latina identity, female empowerment, people of the African Diaspora, and more! Carmen Mojica’s first book,” Hija De Mi Madre,’ is a combination of her academic research on the aforementioned interests and her poetry. She also has a second book called, “Odas De La Mujer de Miel”, a book of poetry in Spanish.
Sign-ups for the open mic/poetry jam will begin at 7:45 PM and Carmen will go on around 9:00 PM.
Co-sponsored by Ajúa Campos, WeSlam, Writer’s Block, FemNet, Womanist House, Ujamaa, Women of Color House, and the Women of Color Collective
- Date: Friday, November 18
- Time: 8:00 PM – 10:30 PM
- Place: X-House
- Cost: Free!
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- “Hija De Mi Madre”: On Amazon