The Poetry Foundation: Crip Ecologies
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Join the Poetry Foundation for a reading with poet, performer, and cultural strategist Kay Ulanday Barrett and Petra Kuppers – a disability culture activist, community performance artist, poet, and writer.
The reading will be followed by a moderated discussion with poet, writer, facilitator, and visual artist, Naomi Ortiz, centering the intersection of disability justice and ecopoetics. They’ll be asking the question: ‘how can access culture further the project of mutually sustaining care, for each other, kin species, and the planet?’. Big stuff.
This program is part of the Poetry Coalition’s annual nationwide programming series spanning 25 independent poetry organizations and 11 cities. Poetry Foundation events are completely free of charge and open to the public. This reading will include live captioning and ASL interpretation. If you require any other accessibility measures, contact them at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Poetry Foundation: Crip Ecologies takes place via Zoom on Thursday March 25, 7pm CDT. To book, head to www.poetryfoundation.org. A Zoom link will be provided the day of the event.