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  • Through the content of his work, award winning Los Angeles based Poet, Music Producer and Activist, Christopher Siders, encourages his audience members to think critically about social norms and how we subconsciously affect one another through our everyday behaviors. With​in his own​ experiences as an activist, he is able to share his successes and failures, and guide future activists at any institution, to make positive decisions for the community to flourish and teach students to become a better ally for movements or areas of interest. ​Siders graduated from California State University Monterey Bay with a B.A. in Human Communications with a concentration in Creative Writing and Social Action. Siders has been involved with theater/acting as an undergraduate since Spring 2012. He directed the ​MENding Monologues​ Spring 2013. His involvement with the ​MENding Monologues​ production has led to him to join the feminism movement as an ally organizing events such as ​One Billion Rising​, ​Slut Walk​ with Title IX at California State University Monterey Bay. Siders ran an award winning column from 2014–2016 entitled Memoirs Of A Male Feminist via Lutrinae formerely known as the Otter Realm Newspaper. From 2015–2017, he administered feminism workshops at Soledad Correctional Facility with Richie Reseda, who was featured on CNN’s “The Feminist on Cellblock Y​ documentary. Siders also directed ​A Race Through Time​ play in Spring 2017. Between 2013–2017 he was cast member for various productions such as ​Almost, Maine​, and ​Check, Please​. Siders opened up for high profile poets such as Rudy Francisco, Shihan The Poet, Ebony Stewart, and have graced stages such as Dominican University, Seaside High School, Beyond Baroque and many more.

Four young Black men, three at the railing and one sitting behind them. One looks toward the camera.
Four young Black men, three at the railing and one sitting behind them. One looks toward the camera.
Four young Black men, three at the railing and one sitting behind them. One looks toward the camera.
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