Join us to discuss the intersection of art and social justice with poet Chelsey Richardson on Tuesday, June 22, from 6-7 p.m. ET (UTC -4).
Chelsey Richardson is a mother, teacher, and spoken word poet; her poems amplify social justice issues such as climate change, systemic racism, and the education system.
On June 22 from 6-7 p.m. ET (UTC -4), join us to participate in a live conversation between Chelsey and Carter Center Human Rights Program Graduate Assistant Josh Griffin where we will discuss her poem: "Setting Suns As Bright As A Wildfire."
The discussion will focus on the intersectionality of activism and art and how Chelsey uses art as a tool to give voice to speak to social injustices.