Main Program | Manal Younus: Reap

07 Nov 2020 16:00 - 17:00
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A Muslim with Eritrean origins, Manal Younus is a rising poet, storyteller and activist with a unique perspective on life in Australia. Using poetry, theatre and performance, Manal explores a vast number of issues including gender and female empowerment, faith, blackness, culture, language, migration, displacement, racism and interculturalism. Reap is her first collection of poetry.

Seorang Muslim berdarah Eritrean, Manal Younus adalah seorang penyair yang sedang naik daun, pencerita, dan pegiat dengan prespektif unik tentang kehidupan di Australia. Menggunakan puisi, teater, dan pertunjukan, Manal mengeksplorasi sejumlah besar isu termasuk gender dan pemberdayaan perempuan, kepercayaan, orang-orang berkulit gelap, budaya, bahasa, migrasi, pemindahan, rasisme, dan interkulturalisme. Reap adalah kumpulan puisi pertamanya.

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