VIDEO: Race Riot! Tour - Oct 6, 2012 - Cristy C. Road reads from Spit and Passion
This clip is part two of five of a video documenting POC Zine Project’s multimedia reading and discussion at the University of Maryland on Oct 6, 2012. The event took place at the Women’s Studies Multimedia Studio.
In this segment (second half), Cristy C. Road reads excerpts from her new graphic memoir, Spit and Passion, out now on Feminist Press.
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ABOUT THE RACE RIOT! TOUR
POC Zine Project held it’s first-ever Race Riot! Tour, producing 20 events in 14 cities, which included speaking engagements at six universities. Our time at the University of Maryland was part of the tour. Click here to view photos from the POC Zine Project: 2012 Race Riot! Tour tour finale at Death By Audio in Brooklyn and access all the tour stop recaps.
ABOUT POC ZINE PROJECT
POC Zine Project’s mission is to makes ALL zines by POC (People of Color) easy to find, distribute and share. We are an experiment in activism and community through materiality.
We will be taking the Race Riot! tour through 14 more cities in 2013. Stay tuned! Facebook.com/POCZineProject
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Video documentation made possible by Reed Bonnet (thanks for recording!) Check out his work: http://vimeo.com/reedbonnet/
Big thanks once again to Sine Hwang Jensen, a member of MOONROOT Collective who agreed to be our local tour organizer after we met her at the Bmore Feminist BBQ Series in August of 2012.
Another big thank you to Melissa Rogers at the University of Maryland and Jarah Moesch from Digital Cultures & Creativity.