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Rio mesa high school gender equality club 2nd annual poetry slam

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The Gender Equality Club at Rio Mesa High School will host the 2nd Annual Poetry Slam in honor of International Women’s Day on March 10, 2017, from 5 pm to 7 pm.

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Rio mesa high school gender equality club 2nd annual poetry slam

  1. 1. The Gender Equality Club at Rio Mesa High School will host the 2nd Annual Poetry Slam in honor of International Women’s Day on March 10, 2017, from 5 pm to 7 pm. The theme is, Be Bold For Change. The event is open to the community and participants are encouraged to read original or published material. The Gender Equality Club's Poetry Slam Be Bold For Change, is a welcoming and supportive venue for the spoken word. Food for purchase will be available with proceeds going to a local women's shelter. Donations welcome. Students at last year’s event combined social issues with emotion and performance in an extraordinary way. The overwhelming success of the Gender Equality Club’s first inaugural International Women’s Day Poetry Slam led to the creation of the Rio Mesa Spoken Word Club. Join us and be a part of this creative movement! To participate, sign up at the beginning of the event or email rmhsGEC@gmail.com Theme: Be Bold for Change Categories: Open Mic for Individual and Group Location: Rio Mesa High School Cafeteria 545 Central Avenue Oxnard, CA 93036 The Rio Mesa High School Gender Equality Club is a school organization which focuses on education and promotion of issues related to gender equality such as wage gap, gender roles and the mass media, how to combat sexism in school and the workplace, and many other issues faced by both male and female students. Mia Hamernik, currently a senior, is Founder and President. English teacher, Michelle Martinez, is Club Advisor.

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