Kyoung Update: NERO

Whiteness on Fire: A Cultural Reconstruction”
Monday, October 5

BIPOC members of our community and our white allies are invited to join us online for an evening of art and social convening. 

This program will feature NERO’s “Suck My Violin,” an original music video produced virtually during this pandemic, followed by an in depth conversation that shifts our current culture forward. KPB’s Mondragons currently working in NERO will hold space for you as a member of our community during this period of innovation and evolution. Don’t miss this opportunity to build the future with us.

Click here to reserve your spot now. A Zoom link will be emailed to you a day prior to our event. If you have any questions regarding “Whiteness on Fire,” please contact Ishmael Thaahir at

Due to COVID-19, KPB’s 2020-2021 season will be held virtually to fully observe social distancing. We will administer our own online registrations to facilitate digital privacy and safety. 

NERO’s development is supported in part by a grant from the MAP Fund, funded by the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation and Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. To learn more about NERO, please visit our website.

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