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Saturday, June 17 • 2:00pm - 3:30pm
The Black Joy Project

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Black joy is an act of resistance that is necessary and integral in the journey to our collective freedom. This radical space will use portraits to blend the magic of Black life and social media to shine brightly through our joy. Participants will leave with a digital portrait featured in #TheBlackJoyProject series, as well as a growing creative community and space where we celebrate our full selves.

Presenters
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Kleaver Cruz

Founder + Writer, The Black Joy Project
Kleaver Cruz is an Uptown native of NYC, a writer, dreamer and lover of travel. His work has been featured in La Galería, African Voices Magazine, The Journal of Negro Education as well as on Vibe.com and the Huffington Post among others. He is an alum of the VONA and Kenyon Review... Read More →
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Walter Cruz

BlackLivesMatter NYC / BCB
A native New Yorker, Walter has been exploring visual arts for as long as he can remember. He holds a B.A. in Architectural Studies with a minor in Studio Arts. Soon after graduation from college in 2011, Walter moved to Nanjing,China. Walter aspires to be a social innovator using... Read More →
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Kei Williams

Black Lives Matter NYC
Kei Williams is a queer transmasculine identified community organizer with #BlackLivesMatter, NYC Chapter. A self-taught visual artist & graphic designer, they assist small businesses and nonprofit organizations with communications, marketing, and social media. Kei centers their work... Read More →


Saturday June 17, 2017 2:00pm - 3:30pm
Student Center: Room 285

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