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Tuesday, November 30
5:00 p.m.
Grounds/Public Space
Free Event

Positively Positive Education Productions, LLC presents:
HIV+ (a long-term survivor of 31 years) a black, queer, trans spoken word poetry performance and a celebration for World's AIDS Day. 

A theatre performance from a seasoned poet and hip-hop artist, sharing their art about being black, queer, transgender, non-binary, and a person living with HIV since birth. 
Join them at the ramp leading to the Monorail Station on Seattle Center campus for an hour long performance.

More about the artist:
Positively Positive Education Productions, LLC aka Positively Positive 

Artists at the Center is a year-long pop-up performance program, sponsored by Seattle Office of Arts & Culture, Seattle Kraken and Climate Pledge Arena, along with partners Uptown Arts & Culture Coalition.

More Information on Artists at the Center

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