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Yoni Ki Baat: Intersectional Stories from Women & Nonbinary Folks of Color

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Yoni Ki Baat: Intersectional Stories from Women & Nonbinary Folks of Color

Theater
Thursday, April 26
7:30 pm
Wisconsin Union Theater | Frederic March Play Circle
Cost: Free
This event is free and open to the public, but seating is limited so please arrive early!
Yoni Ki Baat brings together a diverse group of artists from across campus and the Madison community each year to perform.

In our 9th year performing on the UW-Madison campus, the YKB collective is thrilled to invite you to Yoni Ki Baat 2018: Intersectional Stories from Women & Nonbinary Folks of Color.

Join us on Thurs. Apr 26th & Fri. Apr. 27th (shows at 7:30pm, doors at 7pm both nights) at the Play Circle Theater in Memorial Union. 

Yoni Ki Baat brings together a diverse group of artists from across campus and the Madison community each year to perform monologues, songs, and spoken word poetry that amplifies the experiences of our marginalized, yet resilient voices. 

Born out of the Bay Area South Asian Sister's all women of color reclamation of Eve Ensler's Vagina Monologues in the 1990s, Yoni Ki Baat in Madison has evolved to encompass the intersectional feminist values of our artistic and political influences. 

These performances are free and open to the public, but seating is limited so please arrive early! For questions regarding accommodations, please contact Campus Event Services at (608) 262-2511 or events@union.wisc.edu.

In our 9th year performing on the UW-Madison campus, the YKB collective is thrilled to invite you to Yoni Ki Baat 2018: Intersectional Stories from Women & Nonbinary Folks of Color.

Join us on Thurs. Apr 26th & Fri. Apr. 27th (shows at 7:30pm, doors at 7pm both nights) at the Play Circle Theater in Memorial Union. 

Yoni Ki Baat brings together a diverse group of artists from across campus and the Madison community each year to perform monologues, songs, and spoken word poetry that amplifies the experiences of our marginalized, yet resilient voices. 

Born out of the Bay Area South Asian Sister's all women of color reclamation of Eve Ensler's Vagina Monologues in the 1990s, Yoni Ki Baat in Madison has evolved to encompass the intersectional feminist values of our artistic and political influences. 

These performances are free and open to the public, but seating is limited so please arrive early! For questions regarding accommodations, please contact Campus Event Services at (608) 262-2511 or events@union.wisc.edu.

Presented by:

South Asian Sisters

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