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Teachers and Students Speak Out 6

VBB Teachers and Students Speak Out 6

3-6 PM, Saturday, April 26, 2014
At the home of Marna + Mike Marsh, 3426 Wichita, 77004
$ Free | Suggested donation: $5

Join VBB's workshop facilitators Marcela Descalzi, Jennifer Palermo, and Nicole Zaza for our 6th annual Teachers and Students Speak Out production, a unique, art filled afternoon featuring performances and readings by teachers and students from VBB's Writing for Self Discovery workshops.

Teachers and Students Speak Out has provided a space for the voices of teachers and students to be heard since its inception in 2009---Be a part of their journey!

Light refreshments and beer donated by Saint Arnold's Brewery will be served following the performances.

Thanks to our co-sponsors at KPFT Pacifica Radio 90.1 FM, Wharton K-8 Dual Language Academy, and Houston Institute for Culture.

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