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A.W.E. Monday Night Women's Open Mic Poetry | Brookland | October 16, 2017...

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Brookland

625 Monroe St NE

Washington, dc 20017

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A.W.E. Monday Night Women's Open Mic! A Busboys and Poetry Event For two hours audiences can expect a diverse chorus of women's voices and a vast array of professional spoken word performers, open mic rookies, musicians whom are all thought leaders and women artists local to our scene, and beyond.

Amplifying Women Everywhere (A.W.E.) is an intimate artistic experience featuring women identified performers. Our audience, which is open to all, will enjoy performances by poets, novelists, musicians, dancers, activists, actresses, visual artists and more. The event beings with a spotlight feature of a local woman artist and continues with an open mic. Our featured artist will be interviewed and we will close out the evening with their performance.


HOSTED BY: CAROLYN MALACHI

Carolyn Malachi, the Grammy-nominated songstress hailing from Washington, DC, is a shining example of how music truly is universal. Her vocal talents, breathtaking live performances, and songwriting acumen have served international audiences and wowed music lovers in South Africa, China, Taiwan, Papua New Guinea, Japan, Haiti, Barbados and beyond. Generating global excitement about American art and delighting local cultures are the just a few of the qualities that, according to MTV, make her “An R&B artist to obsess over.” Using her music and social media platforms as forces for good, Malachi, a Fulbright-Hays grant recipient, advocates for equal access to education and technology. In addition she contributes lifestyle articles to Black Enterprise Magazine and Sophisticate’s Black Hair Magazine. For more information, please visit carolynmalachi.com



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