Sacramento Knoxx - LIB 100/201 APPROVED!
Date and TimeWednesday, October 24, 2018
6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
- Cook-DeWitt Center » Cook-DeWitt Center Auditorium
Originally from Southwest Detroit, Sacramento Knoxx is a hip-hop artist who blends Mexican and indigenous music into his artistry. His work and activism is focused on drawing attention to both the historic and contemporary experiences of Native American and Chicanx populations. Knoxx will give a 45-minute performance, followed by a discussion that highlights how creative expression can challenge us to confront social ills and think critically about our own identities.
LIB 100 Peer Mentor Hosted Event
Office of Multicultural Affairs at (616) 331-2177 or visit www.gvsu.edu/oma.
- Inclusion/Social Justice » Office of Multicultural Affairs
- LIB 100
- LIB 100 » LIB 100 Hosted Event
- LIB 100 » Social Justice & Human Rights
- LIB 201
- LIB 201 » Activism, Including Current or Historical Examples of Movements for Social Justice
- LIB 201 » Experiences & Intersectional Identities of Diverse Populations