T. Banks' show is a gut-wrenching and thought-provoking look at mental illness, the medical industrial complex, and how different systems work together to limit the wellness of black queer people. Loud and Unchained is literally off the chain!
Karma Chávez, Ph.D,
T Banks 29, from Madison, WI is a community organizer, a mental wellness advocate, poet and playwright. After graduating with a degree in English Creative Writing from UW-Madison, Banks has successfully used his art through plays and poetry to address Racism, Transphobia, and Abelism. As a Black Trans, Queer person with a disability, T believes the movement for Black Lives must be intersectional and deeply connected to the struggle to end Patriarchy,
specifically as it manifest as violence against Black Trans folks. His work addresses the need for the Black liberation movement to be accessible to those with mental wellness challenges and or physical disabilities as well fight for the ability of these populations to regain their autonomy in a capitalistic society.
News & Events
Disability Pride Madison, WI
6th Annual Madison Disability Pride Festival
1414 E. Johnson St.
Madison, WI 53703
TransLiberation Art Coalition: Spring Show Case
An afternoon of art, music, food, goods and more from the trans*, gender-queer/fluid, non-binary community.
High Noon Salon 12 pm
701A East Washington Ave
Madison, WI 53703
Call Me Ill Book Release Party
A Small Intimate Reading For A Few Close Friends and Family.
Invite Only. I'll Also be signing a few books
Music, Snacks, and Good Vibes
For More Info Please Contact Agent Alix Shabazz
or email LoudNUnchained@gmail.com
Call Me Ill Chap Book Release
Join Me this day for the Release of my chapbook Call Me Ill.
Arts + Literature Lab
2021 Winnebago St. Madison, WI 53704