Black Life: Marvin K. White
Performing Arts - Music | September 15 | 6 p.m. | Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive
Marvin K. White presents his unique mixture of poetry, performance, and preaching. His work aims to spark divine conversations and inspire the imagination with a vision that cannot be taught and must be personally experienced. White is a recent graduate of the Pacific School of Religion in Berkeley and the author of four collections of poetry published by RedBone Press. As a community-based artist and public theologian, he is articulating a vision of social, prophetic, and creative justice through being a black poet, artist, teacher, facilitator, activist, community organizer, preacher, homemaker, cake baker, and Facebook statistician.
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