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YA Writer's Live w/ Marke Bieschke! (A History of Protest)

Friday, November 20, 2020 5:00pm

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Join us for our final YA Writer's Live of 2020 as we discuss the history of protest in the US with author Marke Bieshke who wrote "Into the Streets: A Young Person's Visual History of Protest in the United States"! 

Marke Bieschke, aka Marke B., is an award-winning journalist, editor, publisher, and writer specializing in protest and cultural movements, LGBTQ and youth issues, and music and nightlife history. He is the publisher of San Francisco daily news and culture site 48hills.org and legendary alternative newspaper the Bay Guardian. As part of the Stud Collective, he co-owns San Francisco's oldest LGBTQ nightclub, The Stud. Originally from Detroit, Marke lives in San Francisco's Lower Haight neighborhood with his husband David.

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