April 21, 2011, 6:00pm
The Art of Resistance: The Palestinian Struggle for Justice
Presenter: Spoken-Word Artists Reza Kanazi and Radio Rahim
Location: Houston Hall, Bodek Lounge

Artists Remi Kanazi and Radio Rahim shed light on the Palestinian struggle for justice, democracy through spoken word and hip hop. Join Penn for Palestine as we celebrate art as a tool of resistance and social change in Palestine/ Israel.

Remi Kanazi is is a poet, writer, and activist based in New York City, who is also the editor of Poets for Palestine. Radio Rahim can be best described as an artivist (artist-activist) who published his first book, "Necessary and Proper," and his first solo hip hop album "Borne Phoenix" while in high school.

Insomnia Cookies, cupcakes from the Artisan Cafe (formerly Naked Chocolate), and drinks will be served.

See also the Facebook event at:https://www.facebook.com/?ref=home#!/event.php?eid=107927945957506

Penn for Palestine, The Center for Africana Studies, The Middle East Center at Penn, and the Penn African Students Association.