Spoken-word artist Medina covers injustice and lingerie
Few spoken word artist can speak of revolution and do it with style; Medina is one of them. Born in Russia to Cuban parents, she has a unique perspective. Her poetry ranges from topics as serious as the social injustices to her love of wearing lingerie. Medina has been relentlessly touring colleges, festivals, and churches since 2007, and her words have found a permanent home on the walls of Eva Longoria's new restaurant "Besos" in Los Angeles.
This performance is part of the college's Arts and Lecture Series. For more information, contact the Campus Life Office at 610-396-6076.