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Poet discusses importance of inner voice at event


At the Visions and Voices event, Poetry: A Career?!, poet Kay Ryan read her work aloud and discussed her career with students in the audience on Monday. Ryan expressed her intention for her poems to be read in silence because of the sacredness of the inner voice that the reader adds to the piece, but for the event Ryan […]

Art tells genocide stories


Africa’s Hope uses acting and dancing techniques to explore the Rwandan genocide.

Speakers discuss krumping documentary


In honor of the 10th anniversary of krump, an energetic street-style dance with African roots that originated in Los Angeles, USC Visions and Voices hosted a conversation in Annenberg 207 on Tuesday with Marquisa Gardner, known by her stage name Miss Prissy, fellow dancer Lil’ C and journalist Jessica Koslow. Gardner has been involved with […]