Thursday, February 17th, 2011 - All Men Are Equal

Jimblah and Karnage & Darknis give voice to the struggles of Indigenous people through their spoken word performances.

Darknis says I bring facts/truth to tha table... but don't get me wrong I'm not here to hate but to educate... and reconciliate... feel me?

SPOKE-N First Loud-N-local event coordinator Liz Packer says, "This event should not be missed. Young, exciting, energetic aboriginal artists presenting their own extensions of hip hop and rap. Musical, insightful and in your face; they'll capture your attention if not your heart for the duration."

The SPOKE-N First & SPOKE-N First Loud-N-local events both bring isolated artistes from all over South Australia, here for a rare gathering of indigenous writers to hold their own series of workshops and meetings concurrently with SPOKE as well as making presentations of their work in the SPOKE-N First & SPOKE-N First Loud-N-local sessions.

24 Feb 2011 8.30 - 10.00 pm X-Space

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All Men Are Equal


Adelaide College of the Arts
TAFE SA
39 Light Square
ADELAIDE
SOUTH AUSTRALIA 5000
PO Box 1872
ADELAIDE
SOUTH AUSTRALIA 5001
David Jobling
P: 0404148880
W: allmenareequal.wots-on.info/

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Hip-Hop, Rap, Jimblah, Karnage & Darknis, FREE EVENT, Spoken Word

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