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The WSU Common Reading Program is pleased to accommodate students’ learning by offering online options to experience programming related to Born a Crime, including lectures, interviews, and documentaries, during spring semester 2021.

Not familiar with online learning tools? WSU Information Systems has prepared basic information to help and it’s available at its.wsu.edu/cougs-online-toolkit.

The WSU Common Reading Program is pleased to accommodate students’ learning by offering online options to experience programming related to Born a Crime, including lectures, interviews, and documentaries, during spring semester 2021.

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RAPtivist Aisha Fukushima

January 22 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Aisha Fukushima is a performance lecturer, justice strategist, singer/songwriter, and rap activist (RAPtivist). She is the founder of RAPtivism, a hip-hop project spanning 20 countries and four continents that amplifies efforts for freedom and justice. A multilingual, multiracial, African American Japanese woman, Fukushima has lectured and performed around the globe, highlighting links between such themes as hip hop, global citizenship, empowerment, feminism, and cultural activism through her storytelling and live musical performance. Part of the Cultural Arts and Equity Hip Hop Series (WSU Vancouver), this event is cosponsored by the Center for Intercultural Learning and Affirmation (WSU Vancouver), the Common Reading Program (WSU Pullman), the MLK Program (WSU Pullman), and MOSAIC (WSU Tri Cities). To the attend on vent, you can join it on Zoom (Meeting ID: 925 5611 4958, Passcode: 007222).

Not familiar with online learning tools? WSU Information Systems has prepared basic information to help and it’s available at its.wsu.edu/cougs-online-toolkit.