7/13/12

Cafe Cultura Presents: Art In The Park!

Xencs L Wing - Jose Jimenez and I will have a booth with our creative creations available for purchase! Go check it out and support a good cause! 



Open mic, art, food, vendors, & community!



WHERE: La Alma/Lincoln Park Amphitheater (12th Ave & Osage St...next to pool)



WHAT: All ages Open Mic Night



Come express yourself creatively or just chill with your people


$3 donation (nobody turned away)


Everyone is welcome!


-July Features:
--->Girls Inc. of Metro Denver Teens will present Theater of the Oppressed.
 Teens will perform on topics that have been discussed during their Global Awareness (Raise Your Voice) and Food Justice (The Roots) summer class at Girls Inc. Girls Inc. of Metro Denver believes that girls have the right to be themselves and to resist gender-stereotypes, to express themselves with originality and enthusiasm, to take risks, to strive freely, and to take pride in success, to accept and appreciate their bodies, to have confidence in themselves, to be safe in the world and to be prepared for interesting work and economic independence. 


---->Jonny 5 is an emcee with the band Flobots, a co-founder of the arts-empowerment organization Flobots.org, and community activist in Denver Colorado. Since age 16 he has been writing raps in order to make sense of himself and the world around him. He is very close to having it all figured out.


---->Special Guests from Albuquerque...a surprise!


---->Community Feature: Stronghold Society...Our mission is to inspire confidence, creativity, hope, and ambition for the youth of native and non-native communities. We want to encourage youth to take action to live a healthy life in mind, body, and spirit through the diverse means of skateboarding, arts, and creative movements. Stronghold Society’s goals are:
• To promote healthy way of life outlooks for youth of all races through skate competitions, media campaigns and community outreach work.
• To create and sustain skateparks in Native American communities through resources collected and/or developed by Stronghold Society.
• To empower young Native American girls to live life to its grandest through community gatherings offering support and guidance.
• To develop ongoing projects to empower our youth to live life.


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