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spoken word with mark gonzales

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(Poet. Scholar. Lover of Life.) | An HBO Def Poet with a Master’s in Education, a Mexican and a Muslim, a Khalil Gibran meets Pablo Neruda in a lyrical break dance cypher, Mark Gonzales lives in the center of intersections. From Palestinian refugee camps, universities in Beirut, foster homes in Portugal, to cities across the Americas, he transcends citizenship identity to break borders and wage beauty across continents through culture. He is respected internationally for his creative approaches to suicide prevention, human rights and human development via performance, photojournalism, and narrative therapy.

*Invited performer for TEDxRamallah, the first TED talks held in Palestine or the MIddle East.
*First poet in the world of the hip hop generation to perform in Syria.
*Visiting professor & artist in residence at Stanford for Fall 2011