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15th Annual Reconciliation in America

In a 4-part series coming to you throughout 2024




Claire Campo

Actor, poet, teaching artist, and co-founder of Poetic Justice

Friday, May 31, 2024
The University of Tulsa, Lorton Performance Center
550 South Gary Place
Tulsa, OK 74110 

Free & Open to the Public! 
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Claire Campo is an actor, poet, teaching artist, and co-founder of Poetic Justice, an innovative program aimed at facilitating literacy and poetry workshops within carceral settings. They currently serve on the Living Arts spoken word committee. Their short film i love you like science, received the Linklater Award for Best Dialogue at Austin Arthouse Film Festival. They have been featured on TV shows such as The Gifted on Fox, Tyler Perry’s The Haves and the Have Nots and their forthcoming feature film Carnation, has been named one of Australia’s Top 100 most anticipated films of 2025. Their poetry has been published in This Land Press, Emerge Magazine, New Words Press & Super Present Magazine. They are of Mohawk, French, and Dutch descent, Collins is deeply invested in the cultural preservation and revitalization of their indigenous heritage as a member of the Six Nations of the Grand River.

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