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ICCNC Oakland - 1433 Madison St Oakland, CA 94612
(Islamic Cultural Center of Northern California)
*** space is wheelchair accessible and fragrance free
Time: 6:30pm - 9:30pm
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JOIN TRM at our volume 2 release party; featuring:
** live screen printing ***
** Revolution Syria: Weyam Ghabian (short film) ***
** Poetry by Amir Rabiyah **
** Zahra Noorbhaksh as MC **
** hella good halaal food! **
more info on program and performers coming soon!
$10 suggested donation at door (NOTAFLOF: No One Turned Away For Lack Of Funds)
V2 is Inspired by the yearly traditions of muharram and the stories of karbala which exemplify social justice; resistance to oppression; courage to change and strong solidarity. Our second zine will show the strengths of our backs and the power of a determined heart.
Celebrate the launch of Totally Radical Muslims’ first zine!!
Resist islamophobia by partying with radical and queer muslims!!
Totally Radical Muslims present
Islamophobia, A Bitchin Zine
Zine Release and Eid Party
Thursday August 16 - 6:30pm
program at 7pm, iftar dinner at 8pm
1236 23rd Ave
suggested donation: $5 at door
Flyer designed by Melanie Cervantes circa 2012.
On September 23rd, 2011 in Washington DC at 9pm there will be the D.C.’s FIRST South Asian American Hip Hop Show. For more info visit www.subcontinentaldrift.org
Subcontinental Drift, a collective of South Asian artists and organizers based in Washington, D.C., presents Drift Elemental, D.C.’s first hip-hop show featuring a lineup of South Asian American artists. The concert will take place at Liv Nightclub, located upstairs at the historic Bohemian Caverns. Doors will open at 8 p.m. with the show beginning at 9 p.m. A dance party featuring Drift Elemental’s DJs will follow.
The aim of Drift Elemental is to present South Asian artists in the context of old school hip-hop’s four elements, which include rapping, DJ-ing, graffiti art and breakdancing. The concert will feature acts from Washington, D.C. and New York. Local rapper Navid Azeez will headline with his live band, The Whole Damme Delegation, and the lineup includes MCs Ko the Timeless and Raja Wilco. A DJ crew headed by NYC’s DJ Insomnia will not only battle on the turntables, but also give a short presentation on the history of South Asians in hip-hop. While all this is taking place on stage, a team of graffiti artists and break dancers will be among the crowd. [subcontinentaldrift]
Image circa 2011
Cover image for Indivisible: An Anthology of Contemporary South Asian American Poetry edited by Neelanjana Banerjee, Summi Kaipa and Pireeni Sundaralingam. Published in 2010.
A flyer for an event co-hosted by the D.C. based Open Mic space Subcontinental Drift. Circa 2008.
The boys at BrownStar created this poster for their "Faster Than the Speed of White" spoken word tour for the Fringe Festival circa 2010.