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Friday, January 20 • 4:00pm - 5:00pm
Resistance Through Writing

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Resistance Through Writing is focused on producing creative writing as a form of political protest. Participants will engage in a community discussion on the role of writing in times of resistance, reading excerpts from writers like Claudia Rankine, Ta-Nehisi Coates, Rebecca Solnit, and more. The goal of the session is to provide participants with the tools and resources to write and share their own works of political protest in the genres of poetry and/or nonfiction. Every participant will leave the session with at least a partial first draft of a piece of writing on a topic related to the election. 

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Kristi DiLallo

Kristi DiLallo is a graduate teaching fellow at Columbia University's School of the Arts, where she is currently teaching a nonfiction creative writing course while writing her own work of nonfiction on her personal-yet-political experience of living with the stigma around children of incarcerated parents. She has facilitated many writing workshops in mental health facilities, traditional classrooms at the middle school, high school, and... Read More →
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Nathan Xavier Osorio

Nathan Xavier Osorio is a poet and recent graduate from Columbia's MFA program. In light of the inauguration, his poetry about his experience as the child of Mexican and Nicaraguan immigrants will be featured in an upcoming anthology titled "Poems for Political Disaster" published by the Boston Review, which features a variety of poems in response to the election. Nathan has extensive experience facilitating writing workshops at various levels of... Read More →


Friday January 20, 2017 4:00pm - 5:00pm
Room 304