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Sunday, June 17 • 1:00pm - 2:30pm
Gabby Smashes: A Conversation about Race & Social Justice

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New web comedy “Gabby Antonio Smashes The Imperialist, White Supremacist, Capitalist Patriarchy” follows a young Filipina nonprofit worker as she struggles to change the world from the whitest city in America - Portland, Oregon. The show was inspired by the creators’ experiences as women of color in the nonprofit sector. Join them for a screening and interactive discussion about how everyday inequities pervade our movements - and how we can work together to make it better.

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Luann Algoso

Luann Algoso is a Portland-based writer and cultural worker. She is activated by variations of the written word, including prose, poetry, research, and performance. She immerses herself in the different methods words can be used to shift harmful narratives and to envision alternatives. Luann received her Master of Arts degree in Conflict Resolution at Portland State University with the project titled, “Comedy as a Platform for Marginalized Voices: Asian American Women and the Disoriented Comedy Showcase”. She is a 2017 recipient of the Golden Spot Award Residency, a curated artist in residency program with Caldera Arts., BrownGirl Decolonized Productions
Luann Algoso is a Portland-based writer and cultural worker. She is activated by variations of the written word, including prose, poetry, research, and performance. She immerses herself in the different methods words can be used to shift harmful narratives and to envision alternatives... Read More →


Sunday June 17, 2018 1:00pm - 2:30pm
STATE HALL: Room 125

Attendees (122)