Have you noticed that “the difference between illness and wellness sometimes depends on who’s experiencing the symptoms and who’s doing the diagnosis?”
This comedian takes us through the timeless connection between racism and science and turns white supremacy on its head by offering terms for some of the oppressive actions we come across every day.
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Cassandra Falby is a West Indian American genderqueer femme who is happy to call the Bay Area home. He has done many types of performance and is now trying his hand at comedy. Thoughtful street art, musicals, and fantastic costuming are some of the things he fancies. This comedy set was developed as a part of Peacock Rebellion’s Brouhaha 2014: Queer And Trans Comedians of Color Rise-Up.
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