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Breaking the Glass Slipper II (sold out)

Wednesday September 30, 2020
18:00 - 19:00
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Join us at Alex Hotel for an evening of readings from writers who completed the Centre for Stories Inclusion Matters Hot Desk Fellowship over 2019-2020.

Back for the second time, Breaking The Glass Slipper will look at moving past common narratives centred around whiteness and privilege. It is about looking towards those who don’t normally get a platform to share their experiences. Our readers will share stories that disrupt and challenge the status quo, and provide new perspectives.

Facilitated by Karen Escobar and featuring Elham Mohammadnejad, Raf Gonzalez, Tiffany Ko, and Kim Lateef.



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The Alex Hotel was created by locals and designed to welcome all travellers. Centrally located in the cultural heart of Perth, we invite you to share in our love of this friendly and vibrant city.

Location: Alex Hotel, 50 James Street Perth, Western Australia, Australia.

Alex Hotel is wheelchair accessible.

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