As part of our 2019 Black History Month Series, Gallatin’s Office of Student Affairs/Life presents a showcase of new work and student performances. Say it Loud! is an evening of expressions of black culture and activism through music, drama, poetry, spoken word and visual art.
Hosted By Michael Dinwiddie & Monique Sorel
Featuring performances by Jonelle Boafo (BA ’19), Donna Gary (BA ’19), LZ Granderson (BA ’19), Nairobi Hilaire (BA ‘20) Alana James (BA ’22) Allah Joseph (BA ’20), Alexander Michael Kourie-Frias (BA ’22), Kaitlyn McNab (BA ’19), CJ Osuala (MA ’20), Gentle Ramirez (BA ’22), Nyelah Sawyer (BA ’19), and DJ-Samantha Taylor Scoggins (BA ’19). Guest artist spotlight: Shadenia Sivad and a special performance by Kwami Coleman, Karl Dixon, and Monique Sorel.
Presented as a part of Gallatin’s Black History Month programming.
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