April 6 Warm Wednesdays: Adeke Rose!

Adeke Rose is a spoken word artist and poet, based in tthe Baltimore, Maryland area. As an African American woman who has faced numerious challenges including trauma and disability, Adeke Rose speaks with an honesty, openness and inspiration that is uniquely and refreshingly her own. Her energy, compassion and commitment to others is both engaging and motivating. Adeke Rose will not only soothe and excite your ears and brain, she will touch your heart. Born into a military family, she has traveled extensively. She has been an advocate for victims of violence and for children and families. These experiences have added a unique flavor and dimension to her poetry and presentation that is difficult to find. Adeke Rose has performed in theatre, at open mics, at conferences, victim rights events, Black history events, Formal dinners and in other venues across the country. Adeke Rose's most recent album is Autobiography of a Rose. She has been published in journals, newsletters, chapbooks and has a new book and CD to be released in spring 2011. ---- Warm Wednesdays The Largest, Longest Running Open Mic Poetry Venue in the Nation! Hosted by Walter Maxfield Jones Doors Open at 8:30 PM LADIES FREE before 9:00 PM 2 for 1 Drinks until 9:30 PM $5 before 10:00 PM $10 after 10:00 PM After Party with DJ Harvey Dent and DJ Franchise on the 1's and 2's www.whatwaltcando.com 301-728-3451 (sponsorship opportunities are available)
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