A poetic, experimental rumination on Audre Lorde’s memoir The Cancer Journals read aloud and responded to by a chorus of people, including current and former breast cancer patients. The stories they share are candid, cathartic messages about what it means to be a Person of Color Living with illness in American society.
This event is free and open to the public.
Keefe 008 is located in the basement of Keefe Campus Center and is wheelchair-accessible. Volunteers will be present to guide visitors to the venue via elevator or stairs. Seating is auditorium-style; space will be cleared for wheelchairs.
Sponsored by the Language and Literary Fund of Amherst College.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to request captions or live audio description by a student volunteer or to discuss any other accessibility concerns. For more accessibility information, please visit https://bit.ly/2N6hAAO
Directions to Keefe: Head down Route 9 from the Amherst bus stop. Turn right immediately after Valentine Dining Hall and keep going until you reach a yellow building. Cars with an Amherst decal can park in Alumni Lot (turn left immediately after Valentine Dining Hall). Others should park in town.