Youth Speaks #Black Lives Matter Open Mic // Ft. Acacia Salisbury & Nikkita Oliver

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Youth Speaks Seattle says

****NOTE: usually on the 1st sunday! (we made a switch in April because of Easter. 3rd Sunday for only this month!!)***

// @ The Station on Beacon Hill (2533 16th Ave S)
//6:30pm sign ups / 7pm start / 9pm end
//FREE, All Ages & Open to all!

Youth Speaks Spokes want to create space at our open mic to honor the #BlackLivesMatter movement. This open mic is inspired by the the protests, rallies and resistance. In this moment, we will not be silent, we will be resilient.

Through art and discussion, we wish to bring awareness to our communities about racist police brutality and the injustices of the criminal "justice" system.

So, please bring any poems, songs, art, dance and verses that speak to this theme of resistance.

In that spirit, we want to celebrate Black voices and leadership with two fierce features:

Acacia Salisbury is a 17 year old poet from Seattle Washington. She write poems about black girl problems, life and recently has been venturing into love life. She has preformed at various venues across Seattle. She spends her spare time reading Baldwin and looking at poetry on YouTube.

Nikkita is just a simple poet. As a lover of words, good stories and powerful take aways Nikkita strives to enter into a dialogue with those hear her words in hopes that together they can make a difference.


1/2 Block from the Beacon Hill Link Light Rail Station. Bus routes: 36, 38, 39, 60.

Wheelchair accessible from main entrance on 16th Ave, single stall bathroom wheelchair accessible by back entrance on Beacon Ave S.
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By: Youth Speaks Seattle

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