Micah Rosegrant

Poet / Community Organizer / Full-Time Student, currently residing on ancestral land of the Massachusett.

Micah Rosegrant (they/them) is a poet descending from Philippine islands and “American” farmlands who resides on ancestral land of the Massachusett. They sing for their ancestors—blood and otherwise—who could not. Currently, they are unlearning fear of their own rage to center presence, magic, and history in their work of locally dismantling oppression. Micah co-founded Asian American Theatre Artists of Boston (AATAB) and serves on the steering committee of Boston’s Asian Pacific Islander Arts Network. Their writing is published/forthcoming in The Wave, Marías at Sampaguitas, and The Margins, and they create/share art in communities including Arts Connect International, BCYF Grove Hall Senior Center, Pao Arts Center, American Repertory Theatre, UMass Boston, and Boston University. michaelrosegrant.com & @michael_arose on IG/Twitter

How We Grew a Student-Centered Anti-Racist Movement at Our Institution of Learning
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How We Grew a Student-Centered Anti-Racist Movement at Our Institution of Learning

10 September 2020

Tatiana Gil, Micah Rosegrant, Viviana Vargas, and Ciera-Sadé Wade—members of the Boston University School of Theatre Anti-Racist Student Initiative (BU SARSI)—speak to how, after a public outpouring of testimonials from former and current students of BU’s School of Theatre—detailing racism, sexism, ableism, and more—they rallied together to innovate ways of addressing the white supremacy within the school.