Fear and Loathing in Los Angeles: Spoken Word, Music and Arte for the next Revolution


BSP publisher/author and friend of the library, Santino J. Rivera, is making another trip west to Los Angeles in April for an event titled: Fear and Loathing in Los Angeles: Spoken Word, Music and Arte for the next Revolution. 

An all-star assembly of artists and poets will be displaying and reading their work with a live band providing some revolutionary tunes in the vein of The Last Poets. This event kicks off on April 24th from 6 – 8 p.m. at the Cypress Park Branch Library in Los Angeles. Guest include author Luis J. Rodriguez and photographer Art Meza and many more!

Fear and Loathing will take us back to the tension of the early 90’s where many of us were just finding our voice to speak out against the oppression at hand. That time is upon us again as the powers that be try and silence any resistance from coast to coast while they continue to rewrite history and keep the masses ignorant.

“What better place than here? What better time than now…? All hell can’t stop us now!” – RAtM

You are not gonna want to miss this show! This is an event designed to bring awareness and positive energy of resistance to the community and to the nation.

Face your fear! Loathe your enemy! Educate your mind!

The above design was designed and donated by Emilio Medina with www.MuyCreative.com  will be available for sale at this event as a sticker for $3 each or 2 for $5. All proceeds will go to The Friends of The Cypress Park Library and will be used to fund future library programs, events and activities.

You are not going to want to miss this event BUT just in case getting here is geographically impossible, remember you can still join us online via livestream.

It’s our pleasure to welcome the super talented students from PUC Schools as our musical guests for the evening. They will be providing the soundtrack for the evening’s poets. Yancey Quiñones and Antigua Coffee will be in the house donating some light refreshments for this event.

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