International speaker and spoken word poet Amal Kassir will perform in the cultural hub of Western Sydney on Saturday 30 March at 6.30 pm at the Highline Venue in Bankstown.
Tackling issues of identity, racism, and social injustices, Syrian-American poet Amal Kassir empowers audiences all around the world. She has travelled nationally and internationally to perform her poetry and now; she is coming to Sydney.
Sydney-siders will have the opportunity to attend the event on Saturday 30 March 2019 at 6.30 PM at the Highline Venue, 462 Chapel Rd, Bankstown.
This event is a part of a tour hosted by Unity Grammar to encourage empowerment within our community. The Bankstown Poetry Slam will co-host the night as they offer up some of their best talents. Sara Mansour, Roje Ndayambaje and Sarah Saleh are amongst some of the poets performing on the night.
Western Sydney’s youth are mobilising poetry to peacefully protest the socio-political issues facing our community. It is these voices that need to be projected to the wider community and challenge the negative perceptions of Western Sydney.
Online tickets are available now for this night of empowerment and inspiration. Early Bird tickets are $10 till 17 March, and $20 thereafter.
The event will also cater to the Deaf Community with two Auslan interpreters.
For further information contact: (+61) 0402 811 613.
To find out more about Amal: http://tinyurl.com/y8zkjozk
To purchase tickets: https://www.tickettailor.com/events/amalkassirsydney/243638/
Facebook event: https://bit.ly/2TLzRc5