What happens when we imagine Captain America wearing a turban? Cartoonist and activist Vishavjit Singh, creator of ‘Sikh Captain America,’ has spent his career exploring the power of cultural labels and fighting against bigotry. He arrives at Town Hall’s stage for a conversation with Sharon Chan of the Seattle Times, discussing the confining nature of labels we use every day, unconsciously or not. Singh highlights the importance of confronting our own stereotypes and their place in our lives, embracing our vulnerabilities to create the potential for change. Join Singh for a treatise on manifesting our stories on equal platforms, and a chance to act outside the box and genuinely learn about ourselves.
Presented by Town Hall Seattle.
Community Partner: Wing Luke Museum