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Diamond Expressions: Open Mic & Art Exposé

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Diamond Expressions:  Open Mic & Art Exposé

Time: May 29, 2013 at 8pm to May 30, 2013 at 1am
Location: Greenwell Cafe
Street: 44 Crown Street
City/Town: Downtown New Haven
Website or Map: http://www.mypeoplefirst.org
Phone: 203.286.3410
Event Type: open, mic, social, justice, fundraiser
Organized By: Ayana Nadira
Latest Activity: May 28, 2013

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Diamond in the Rough Education & Wellness presents....Diamond Expressions:  Open Mic & Art Exposé

Join us for an evening of entertainment, art, and revolution with some of CT's finest spoken word artists and poets.

We are honored to feature the artistic works of, Veronica Martins, a skilled new CT artist budding on the scene.

DJ Quil will be on the 1's & 2's til 1AM

Nutritious & Delicious Organic Vegan-Friendly desserts, food  & smoothies will be on sale for your tasting pleasure.

This event is dedicated to all of our innocent brothers & sisters whose lives were lost or stolen due to police brutality, mass incarceration, and other byproducts of racism.  This is also dedicated to those who courageously fight against the many injustices that plague our communities - this is for you!!

$3 - Poets & Artists

$5 - Regular Admission

You may see something you like so please come prepared to support our featured artist!!

Check out some of her work!

Veronica Martins

Veronica Martins

Veronica Martins

Veronica Martins

This event will be a great networking opportunity for entrepreneurs, new business owners, musicians, artists, or for those interested in connecting with positive intellectual people.

All proceeds go to DREW programming and services.

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Holistic Transitions: Wellness & Relaxation

Karmana's Kookin & Katerin Menu

BYOB for those of you who drink.

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