Anida Yoeu Ali Thurs March 4, 2010 12-2pm at DePaul University

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Voicing Resistance: Women’s Spirituality, Activism, and Social Justice

Women’s History Month Luncheon
Thursday, March 4th / Noon – 2pm
DePaul University Student Center / Room 120
2250 N. Sheffield Chicago, IL 60614


Anida Yoeu Ali is an interdisciplinary artist of Cambodian Muslim heritage currently living in Chicago whose performance repertoire synthesizes poetry, movement, video, and installations into hybrid explorations of identity. Her performance, installation, and discussion “will present an arsenal of work and the stories/motivations/ideas behind them from my humble beginnings as a performance poet to my most recent works involving multimedia sitespecific installation.”

For additional information: The Women’s Center (773) 325-7558

Women’s History Month Luncheon and Women’s History Month Lecture are made possible by the generous contributions of our co-sponsors: The Office of the President, Office of Institutional Diversity, the Vincentian Endowment Fund, Asian American Studies, Catholic Studies Program, Center for Black Diaspora, Center for Latino Research, Center for World Catholicism and Intercultural Theology, Cultural Center, Department of History, Department of Political Science, Department of Religious Studies, International Studies Program, Latin American and Latino Studies Program, Peace, Conflict Resolution, and Social Justice Program, University Ministry, Women’s and Gender Studies Program, additional co-sponsors pending.

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