Join RYSE in celebrating Donté Clark’s new collection of poems, KNOWFREEDOM!
This FREE event kicks off Black History Month at RYSE and will feature:
Youth Open Mic for ages 13-21
Performance by Donté Clark
Panel Discussion and Q&A with Black Artists and Entrepreneurs from the Bay Area, Janae Johnson, Tongo Eisen-Martin, Elisha Greenwell, and Leeah Thomas. Read more about our panelists →
Light refreshments will be served.
WHEN: February 8th, 2019 from 4 PM to 7 PM
WHERE: RYSE Center, 205 41st Street, Richmond
This event is FREE and open to all ages.
This event is sold out.
There will be a waitlist, first come first serve, at the door.
ABOUT DONTÉ CLARK
Donté Clark is a working artist/educator from Richmond, CA. He aids young people in writing and artistic development as a vehicle to create change within themselves and their communities. He facilitates writing workshops, lesson planning, script writing and songwriting, studio recording, performing and acting, directing, fundraising and outreaching to young people. In 2015, Romeo is Bleeding was released, an award-winning documentary that follows Donté's work in Richmond.