Homeroom, School Night: Anger Management / Working with Rage

Homeroom

School Night: Anger Management / Working with Rage

Wed · February 21 2018

8:00 pm

$5.00

Tickets at the Door

This event is 21 and over

School Night: Anger Management / Working with Rage
School Night: Anger Management / Working with Rage
Homeroom Chicago's School Night is back to devote an entire episode to rage. How can we use anger against racism, sexism, classism, homophobia, transphobia, xenophobia, and other systems of environmental and institutional violence in our culture? How does one manage one's feelings of anger while avoiding giving into apathy, fatigue, or nihilism? Topics will include axe throwing, public humiliation, and playing with fire.

About the series and panel:
Hosted by Fred Sasaki and Keidra Chaney, School Night is a “multi-media info show” and discussion series for artists, activists and educators to talk out of school.

Diddle Knabb is a writer, humorist and the editor of fem rag lit rag. fem rag lit mag is a low-budget feminist garbage zine chronicling incidents of casual misogyny and the normalization of the casually abusive behaviors women experience daily. The zine is all-inclusive and aims to give a platform to female/non-binary gender conforming artists.

Megan Stielstra is the author of three collections, most recently The Wrong Way to Save Your Life from Harper Perennial. Her work appears in the Best American Essays, New York Times, Buzzfeed, Poets & Writers, Tin House, Guernica, and elsewhere. A longtime company member with 2nd Story, she has told stories for National Public Radio, Museum of Contemporary Art, Goodman Theatre, the Neo-Futurarium, and regularly with The Paper Machete live news magazine at The Green Mill. She is an artist in residence at Northwestern University.

Michi Trota is the Managing Editor of the Hugo Award-winning and World Fantasy Award finalist Uncanny: A Magazine of Science Fiction and Fantasy. She is a two-time Hugo Award winner, and the first Filipina to win a Hugo Award. Michi is an essayist who has been published inThe Book Smugglers, The Establishment, Invisible: An Anthology of Representation in SF/F, and Uncanny. She’s spoken at C2E2, the Chicago Humanities Festival, and on NPR. Michi is a firespinner with the Raks Geek Fire+Bellydance troupe. She serves as president of the Chicago Nerd Social Club Board of Organizers and lives with her spouse and their two cats.

Event details:
Wednesday, Feb 21st, 8:00pm
The Hungry Brain (2319 W. Belmont)
$5 || 21+

Learn more here: https://tinyurl.com/y8f8ccfy
Venue Information:
The Hungry Brain
2319 W. Belmont
Chicago, IL, 60618
http://www.hungrybrainchicago.com/