Sho Baraka w/ Diversity Monologues

Friday, January 20, 2017

129 W. Benton St.

7:00PM Doors 6:30PM

$15 Door & Internet, $13 Phone, Free w/ NCC ID

Educated at Tuskegee University and the University of North Texas, Sho studied Television/Film, Anthropology, and Public Administration. He has become an artist, philosopher, and social-thought leader in contemporary culture. He has spent nine years traveling the world as a recording artist and public speaker. He has done numerous overseas activist work, ranging from race relations in South Africa to establishing musical cohorts in Indonesia. He is a founding member of nationally known Christian hip hop group 116 Clique. Sho Baraka is also the founder of Forth District.
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He now desires to blend his artistic platform with his academic leanings to contribute a unique perspective in both arenas in hopes of raising the standard, thereby raising the culture. Sho currently lives in Atlanta, GA and co-leads a consulting network that is active in cultural renewal.


Diversity Monologues aim to unite deeply felt and uncensored self-expressions. Students will perform their monologues in conjunction with Martin Luther King, Jr. week events. More info about MLK week activities at noctrl.edu.