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Wounded Healers

Minnesota State University - Andreas Theatre 320 Maywood Avenue, Mankato, MN

This music and spoken-word performance piece is a historical chronology of how Black male bodies physically carry neurological trauma due to structural and systemic racism. Yet, against all odds, from the inception of chattel slavery to the present day, Black men have used creative expression to persist, survive, and heal. Tickets are available here.

Recurring

Wounded Healers

Minnesota State University - Andreas Theatre 320 Maywood Avenue, Mankato, MN

This music and spoken-word performance piece is a historical chronology of how Black male bodies physically carry neurological trauma due to structural and systemic racism. Yet, against all odds, from the inception of chattel slavery to the present day, Black men have used creative expression to persist, survive, and heal. Tickets are available here.

Recurring

Wounded Healers

Minnesota State University - Andreas Theatre 320 Maywood Avenue, Mankato, MN

This music and spoken-word performance piece is a historical chronology of how Black male bodies physically carry neurological trauma due to structural and systemic racism. Yet, against all odds, from the inception of chattel slavery to the present day, Black men have used creative expression to persist, survive, and heal. Tickets are available here.

Recurring

Wounded Healers

Minnesota State University - Andreas Theatre 320 Maywood Avenue, Mankato, MN

This music and spoken-word performance piece is a historical chronology of how Black male bodies physically carry neurological trauma due to structural and systemic racism. Yet, against all odds, from the inception of chattel slavery to the present day, Black men have used creative expression to persist, survive, and heal. Tickets are available here.

Recurring

Wounded Healers

Minnesota State University - Andreas Theatre 320 Maywood Avenue, Mankato, MN

This music and spoken-word performance piece is a historical chronology of how Black male bodies physically carry neurological trauma due to structural and systemic racism. Yet, against all odds, from the inception of chattel slavery to the present day, Black men have used creative expression to persist, survive, and heal. Tickets are available here.

Recurring

Wounded Healers

Minnesota State University - Andreas Theatre 320 Maywood Avenue, Mankato, MN

This music and spoken-word performance piece is a historical chronology of how Black male bodies physically carry neurological trauma due to structural and systemic racism. Yet, against all odds, from the inception of chattel slavery to the present day, Black men have used creative expression to persist, survive, and heal. Tickets are available here.

Recurring

Wounded Healers

Minnesota State University - Andreas Theatre 320 Maywood Avenue, Mankato, MN

This music and spoken-word performance piece is a historical chronology of how Black male bodies physically carry neurological trauma due to structural and systemic racism. Yet, against all odds, from the inception of chattel slavery to the present day, Black men have used creative expression to persist, survive, and heal. Tickets are available here.

Recurring

Wounded Healers

Minnesota State University - Andreas Theatre 320 Maywood Avenue, Mankato, MN

This music and spoken-word performance piece is a historical chronology of how Black male bodies physically carry neurological trauma due to structural and systemic racism. Yet, against all odds, from the inception of chattel slavery to the present day, Black men have used creative expression to persist, survive, and heal. Tickets are available here.

Recurring

Wounded Healers

Minnesota State University - Andreas Theatre 320 Maywood Avenue, Mankato, MN

This music and spoken-word performance piece is a historical chronology of how Black male bodies physically carry neurological trauma due to structural and systemic racism. Yet, against all odds, from the inception of chattel slavery to the present day, Black men have used creative expression to persist, survive, and heal. Tickets are available here.