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Tag Archives: spoken poetry
COLORBLIND: Jason Chu’s Poem Response to the La Jolla Playhouse
Check out this amazing spoken word piece by Jason Chu that comments on the La Jolla Playhouse casting controversy, as well as that of the obstacles Asian and Asian American actors when trying to be seen in the Hollywood system. … Continue reading
Posted in Current Events, Entertainment Tagged asian actors, asians, Hollywood, jason chu, la jolla playhouse, spoken poetry, stereotypes, whitewashing 2 Comments
“MEMORY SUCKS,” a New Poem by Beau Sia
Memories of past relationships are bittersweet objects that we’re not quite sure what to do with. If we could, we would erase these memories from ourselves because they are too painful to remember a la Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless … Continue reading
Posted in Entertainment, Music Tagged Beau Sia, Dawen, eyad zahra, memories suck, poem, spoken poetry 2 Comments