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April 19th EVENT: The Black Joy Project

April 19th EVENT: The Black Joy Project

Kleaver Cruz + Dash Harris

Reparations Club
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WHO & WHAT: Join us for an IRL EVENT with author, Kleaver Cruz as we celebrate their breathtaking collection of images depicting Black joy, The Black Joy Project. Kleaver will be joined in conversation with multi-hyphenate, focused on AfroDiasporic identities, Dash Harris.

WHEN: Friday, April 19, 2024 @ 7pm PST (doors @ 6:30pm)

WHERE: In-Person at Rep Club in Los Angeles (3054 S. Victoria Ave LA, CA 90016)

HEALTH & SAFETY: For your safety, we ask that you please wear a face covering while indoors for our events.


HOW: Reserve an IRL ticket from the drop down below:

• IRL TICKET W/ SIGNED BOOK: This ticket guarantees a seat including a SIGNED book copy available for pick up at the event. Select 'Local Pickup' at checkout to waive shipping.

• FREE *STANDBY*: IRL Event entry based on capacity. Limited Signed copies will be available for purchase during the event. Due to our limited capacity, please only RSVP if you plan to attend.

• SIGNED BOOK ONLY: Please order any of these author's books via our website with a note at checkout to be shipped after the event.

      Please email us if you have any additional needs, questions, or accessibility concerns.

      A lover of words and their meanings across languages, Kleaver Cruz (they/them) was born and raised in Uptown, NYC between The Bronx and Washington Heights with their twin brother and small Dominican family. Kleaver is a Black queer writer and educator who has presented and conducted work across the African Diaspora and continent in places like Brazil, South Africa and The Netherlands, among other countries. Kleaver is the Facilitator of The Black Joy Project, a digital and real-world affirmation that Black joy is resistance. They believe in the power of words to write the stories that did not exist when they needed them the most. 


      Dash Harris is a Peabody-award winning multimedia journalist, filmmaker and producer, historian and educator, facilitator and coach focused on AfroDiasporic identities, histories, and cultures. Producer and Director of Negro: A Docu-Series on Latinx Identity and Co-Founder of AfroLatinx Travel, a travel and community-building resource for learning about the African Diaspora in Latin America, led by Black Latin American locals and producer of "Radio Caña Negra podcast and trainer for their "Antiblackness in the Latine Community" workshops, Dash has extensive experience and portfolio that demonstrates originality and innovation in storytelling, content creation, filmmaking, historical research, and intersectional anti-racist trainings, classes and coaching.




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