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Roger Porter, To Be Young, Black and Revolutionary

Roger Porter, To Be Young, Black and Revolutionary

To Be Young Black and Revolutionary:

A Panel Discussion on the State of Black America

Moderated by: Roger Porter, Laney English faculty

Friday, February 27, 2015, 6:00-8:00 pm

Laney College, Room D200

To Be Young, Black and Revolutionary in 2015


The panel members are:

Wazi Davis

Wazi is a Black Brunch Organizer, Black Life Matters member, violence prevention educator with Youth Alive, and she is currently working on her MA in Human Sexuality Studies at San Francisco State University.

Donte Clark

Donte Clark artistically known as DonBlak, is a 24yr old Richmond Native, poet, activist, playwright, actor, and musically inclined people’s champion who embodies the struggle of the people and uses his words to heal the wretched of the earth and unshackle the minds of the masses.

And Dregs One

Dregs One has made a name for himself in the Golden State appearing on numerous releases and music videos, and touring in other parts of the country. With a passion for justice and a dedication to rapping about issues that plague inner-city youth like homelessness, drug use and violence while sampling artists such as Sade and the Doors, Dregs One is changing the world with his mic and turntables.