Who : Mary Babcock + Gaye Chan
When : Weds, October 18, 12 noon to 1:15pm
Where : Burns Hall Rm. 2118 (East/West Center) UH Manoa
Artists Mary Babcock + Gaye Chan are members of Hawai‘i J20+, a nonpartisan activist group that formed in November 2016 to resist Trump and his administration’s onslaught of attacks on social, economic and environmental justice; immigrants/undocumented/refugees; POC/women/LGBTQLA/disability rights; free speech and independent press.
Babcock and Chan will discuss the ways in which they and other Hawai‘i J20 artists have deployed their skills as artists in the resistance, and efforts in working toward a world not susceptible to the lures of Trump-like promises.
Organized by the UH Cultural Studies Program. Open to members and guests of of the ICSGCP. No recordings or videotaping permitted.