2018-2019 Pitzer Catalog 
    Feb 16, 2020  
2018-2019 Pitzer Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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AFRI 009 PZ -Community Poety: Black Feminist rEVO

Institution: Pitzer College

Description: Through Black Feminist and Queer social justice theories and poetry practice students are introduced to critical questions of prison abolition, revolutionary aesthetics, and the practices of being (intelligent) witness-participants-artists at the nexus of systems of capitalist domination, prison industries, race, gender, sexuality, class, and education. Classes are held half on campus and half off-campus. Class meetings are organized as in-class poetry reading, writing, and discussion workshops of Black aesthetic forms often engaged with questions of social justice and practice: blues; vignette; free verse; choreopoem; and haiku. Classes include collaborative community events, open-mic performance(s), and zine-making (each class varies).

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