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United Against Hate
02

Queer Representation and Media
Exposure: Politics, Sex, and Power
Girl Powered Fiction
Gender, Power & Faith
Power of the Arts: From Propaganda to Free Speech
03

Forbidden: Too Liberated
A Woman's Place: In Food, Power and Writing
PEN Nabokov Award
Pushing Past Glass Ceilings
Forbidden: Too Desirous
Forbidden: Too Much in Love
Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie and Trevor Noah
8:30pm
04

What is Old is New: On Illazad's "Rapture," the banned 1930's novel
Kitchen Table Translation
Resonances
Gender & Power and Authoritarianism in the Dystopian Age
Literary Quest: Westbeth Edition 2017
DREAMers at Hofstra
Feminizm Po-Russki: Three Writers on Women in Modern Russia
Insistent Tongues: Queer World Voices
Legacies: Militancy and Sisterhood
Translation and Migration
The Body Politic: Women’s Rights and Resistance
05

Tour of Poetic Voices of the Muslim World
Argentina On The Edge
Dystopian Wastelands
Russian Language/ Read Russia Event
What is Old is New 2
Art and the End of Times
06

Hack the Story: Learn interactive story design and podcasting
Forbidden: Too Nationalistic
Women In Ink
Bronx Writing Workshop: Shani Mootoo
1:30pm
Prison Writing curated by Jackson
Transcendent Obscenity
Badass Women: Speaking Your Power
Bronx Writing Workshop: Morgan Parker
Radical Act of Drawing A Life
The Incarceration of Women
Art, Gender, and Social Justice
Nancy Morejón and Wild Noise
Pen vs. Sword: Satire as Weapon
Zajal: A Reading and Poetic Game
Water as Weapon
07

Arthur Miller Freedom to Write Lecture
We Believe You: Campus Speech
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