Khadijah “Moon” Ali-Coleman is a writer and an arts communications professional with significant work in theater arts, music, and youth development. She has performed on stages across the country as a spoken word artist, actress and singer. She has also written works for the stage, including her play Running: AMOK which appeared in the 5th Annual Capital Fringe Fest in 2010. Production of her first play Shades of Black: a thought in progress in 2008 sparked her interest in using theater as a tool to reach and educate audiences on how to advocate and create change in their communities. Because of her work, she has been invited as a presenter to numerous national conferences including the Pedagogy and Theatre of the Oppressed (PTO) Conference , the Mosaic Literary Conference, and BlogHer Conference, to name of few. She is or has been a member of PTO, the Washington Area Music Association, ASCAP, and the National Association of Black Journalists. She has been a member of the leadership honor society Omicron Delta Kappa for over fifteen years. She holds a Master of Arts degree in Mass Communications from Towson University with a minor in Writing and a Bachelor of Arts in African-American Studies & Mass Media from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County.
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Listing last updated: June 13, 2011