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The ICC serves as an umbrella organization for 16 student organizations. > more



We provide a venue where students can learn and demonstrate social responsibility and diverse leadership; the organizations provide events that focus on issues of culture, ethnicity and social justice. > more


About the Center

The Brandeis University Intercultural Center is dedicated to creating a haven of respect, education and celebration that fosters growth and awareness of the myriad cultures of Brandeis. > more


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In Celebration of International Women's Day, The Brandeis Intercultural Center
and Gender and Sexuality Center present:


little sister: An Afro-Temporal Solo play by Misty De Berry
Thursday, March 8th 
Intercultural Center, Swig Lounge
*The play will be followed by a talk back with the artist

little sister: An Afro-Temporal Solo-Play is at once a memory-scape and a mytho-biography
set to poetry,movement, and mixed media. A performance poem spanning from the Antebellum
South to present-moment Chicago, it tells the story of a nomadic spirit named little-she who
shape-shifts through the memories and imaginings of her sister, the narrator. Through the
characters, little-she and the narrator, the solo-performance explores embodied ways to rupture
and relieve the impact of macro forms of violence in the micro realm of the everyday. To this
end, little sister witnesses and disrupts the legacy of violence in the lives of queer Black
women through a trans-temporal navigation of everyday encounters within familial,
small groups and intimate partner spaces. 

little sister

Cosponsors: Office of Diversity, Equity & inclusion, Graduate Student Association, AAAS, 
BFS Pride Alliance, Graduate Student Affairs, ISSO,WGS, BPA and Ebony Axis


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