Introducing: Kai M. Green

January 8, 2014
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Kai M. Green

Kai M. Green

Kai M. Green is a writer, scholar, poet, filmmaker, abolitionist, feminist and whatever else it takes to make a way towards a new and more just world. He examines questions of gendered and racialized violence in his art and scholarship. His film, “It Gets Messy in Here,” examines the lives of transgender men and masculine identified women of color and their bathroom experiences. Kai is a PhD candidate in the department of American Studies and Ethnicity at USC, where he is completing his dissertation, “Into the Darkness: A Black Queer (Re)Membering of Los Angeles in a Time of Crises.” Kai is member of the Community Coalition to End Sheriff on Inmate Violence in LA County Jails where he also serves on the editorial board of the organizations’ quarterly publication, “Dignity and Power Now.” He is also a member of the community advisory board for In the Meantime Men’s Group, an organization focused on the health and wellness of Black gay men. Kai is committed to creating consciousness raising art and scholarship. You can find his video work here. He has two Blogs as well: Kai’s (Bi)Weekly Jams and In The Darkness: My Dissertation Journey. He can be contacted for film screenings, purchases, & or talks at kai.m.green51@gmail.com. Twitter: Kai_MG.

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