Spoken Word Lives in Justice
Free event will offer one drink ticket and appetizers.
Please join us on April 28, 2014 at Trident Booksellers & Cafe on Newbury Street in Boston, MA at 6:00 PM to hear the poetry of Noha Elmohands '13. Ms. Elmohands will share her work from her 1st published book of poetry and discuss the meaning and the impact social justice has on all of us. This is an evening to celebrate the passions and accomplishments of one our recent graduates.
To purchase the work:
About the book:
This book is the first release of Noha Elmohand's personal spoken word poems. These poems explore issues of race, war, love, and history while maintaining a musical style that is a unique identifier of the author's work. The poems are written from a Progressive Muslim Black Egyptian woman perspective and with social justice as an arching theme. This collection is personal and revolutionary. Hopefully, you will find yourself enraptured by their grace and power.
About the author:
Noha Elmohands was born and raised in New York City. In her time at UNH she obtained a double major in Psychology and Women's Studies and minored in Race, Culture, and Power. Noha's passions in social justice began with the feminism of her mother but was set a flame when she was adopted by the Office of Multicultural Student Affairs as an employee and as a leader. Her poetry has been shaped by her personal experiences around social justice and her life philosophy of living by a love ethnicity.
April 28, 2014 | 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
338 Newbury Street | Boston, MA