Meet Aly, Anurima, and Dierra as they highlight people of color on The University of Michigan's campus and in today's popular culture. Join us and our special guest speakers as we chat, snap, and clap-back. Get vulnerable, get comfortable, get real, and get ready to Pass the MiC!
Happy Valentine's from Pass the MiC. We are so excited to spread the love from some of U-M's students of color who speak on their personal experiences with romance, intimacy, dating, and relationships. What better way to spend the month of February? Featured in this week's episode:
- Malika Takale (she/her/hers) - 1st generation American, Indian
- Angela Salazar (she/her/hers) - Demisexual-Ace spectrum, Columbian-American
- Saawan Tiwari (pronouns: whatever, life is too short) - Gay, Genderqueer, Indian-American
- Sammie Estrella (she/her/hers) - Dominican & Puerto Rican/Afro-Latina/Hispanic, Heterosexual
If interested in participating in a future interview or roundtable discussion, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Special thank you to these individuals for sharing their hearts!
Our POC of the Week to commemorate BLACK HISTORY MONTH: Audre Lorde - a self-described "black, lesbian, mother, warrior, poet who dedicated her creative works combatting civil and social injustices. Featured: "The master's tools will never dismantle the master's house" 1984, "Sister Outsider: Essays and Speeches" by Audre Lorde.
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