Muni Raised Me presents Pop Culture was Black Culture First

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As part of the Muni Raised Me exhibition programs, join us on Friday, March 17, 7–10 PM PST for Pop Culture was Black Culture First! This free, all ages event features SF-rooted rappers like Qing Qi, The Jealous Guys, and A-1, and an artist market.

Pop Culture was Black Culture First is a practical and spiritual act of honoring Black people as the nucleus of so much of Frisco’s culture.

About Muni Raised Me
Curated by Meymey Lee, Sasha Vu, and Celi Tamayo-Lee, Muni Raised Me is a love letter to working-class San Francisco and an exploration of belonging “to a land that is not ours, that we will never own, but that we owe”.

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Health & Safety
Masks are recommended when guests are not drinking.

If you currently have COVID–19/Monkeypox symptoms, tested positive, or have been around anyone who tested positive for COVID-19/Monkeypox, we ask that you do not attend this event.

While at SOMArts, guests must follow health & safety signage and safety instructions per SOMArts’ staff persons. Please note that additional safety precautions may change based on City and State guidelines.

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Artwork courtesy of Emilio Miguel Diaz

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