Coronavirus Diaries: Xenophobia | KCET
Coronavirus Diaries: Xenophobia
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Coronavirus Diaries is a video series created by Get Lit with Why We Rise and is written and performed by Get Lit Players in response to the global pandemic.
Title: Coronavirus Diaries: Xenophobia
Presented by: Get Lit
Originally Performed: May 6, 2020
Written and Performed by: Gordon Ip
About Get Lit
Get Lit fuses classic and spoken word poetry to increase teen literacy on the page and in visual media. They cultivate enthusiastic learners emboldened to inspire social consciousness in diverse communities.
About the Series
Get Lit created Coronavirus Diaries the series in part with Why We Rise, an organization made possible by the Los Angeles Department of Mental Health.
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About the Artist
Gordon Ip is the Development Coordinator at Get Lit. He is an actor, poet, and artist and was born in Hong Kong. He prioritizes the uplifting of Asian-American voices ian all of his work, in an unapologetic, explicit fashion. He also speaks on issues of immigration, undocumented immigrants, and LGBTQ+ issues.
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