Luna Malbroux

Hosted at Virtual (CIN)

part of a series on Radical


About the speaker

Luna Malbroux is a comedian, writer, musician and creative change agent who has been named one of the most influential cultural artists of 2018. Her art and work have been featured in Glamour magazine, The Altantic, NPR, PBS, and more. She first made international headlines at the creator of a satirical app, EquiTable that “solved” the wage back by promoting ‘reparations, one meal at a time’. Her award-winning play, “How to Be a White Man” garnered national attention and has been used as learning to further conversations around identity and privilege. Pre-COVID, Luna was a regular performer at comedy clubs across the country, and speaks regularly on the intersection of identity, politics, relationships, and sexuality.

Additional details

We’re going to try to start our virtual event a little earlier again to allow for a breakout room session before we get down to business. We’ll send the Zoom details out the morning of the event for everyone registered. See you soon!