Unite Cal Poly
#ChooseLove at Unite Cal Poly on January 31
The First Annual Celebration of Diversity and Inclusivity, Unite Cal Poly will be an entertaining and thought-provoking evening, featuring critically-acclaimed socio-political comedian W. Kamau Bell and music by alternative soul/R&B singer Allen Stone!
Unite Cal Poly will take place Tuesday, January 31 from 6 - 9 PM at the Performing Arts Center.
Tickets for Unite Cal Poly are now SOLD-OUT!
The PAC does not allow backpacks, large bags or large purses into the event. Click here for more on the no large bag policy and a list of other important FAQs.
Unite Cal Poly Schedule
**Doors open at 6 PM**
Comedy by W. Kamau Bell
"The W. Kamau Bell Curve: Ending Racism in about an Hour." The W. Kamau Bell Curve is a comedic exploration of the current state of America’s racism, through a seamless mix of stand-up comedy, video and audio clips, personal stories and solo theatrical performance.
Musical Performance by Allen Stone
Stone’s soulful style will complement the evening with songs from his new album Radius, which channels a weight-of-the-world sensitivity while still radiating hope and promise.
Inclusion Starts With Me Week
Jan. 26 - feb. 2
Unite Cal Poly is part of the First Annual "Inclusion Starts With Me" Week, Thursday, Jan. 26 - Thursday, Feb. 2. To view other series events, visit the Office of University Diversity and Inclusivity website.
About W. Kamau Bell
W. Kamau Bell is a critically acclaimed sociopolitical comedian. He is the host of Emmy Award nominated, hit CNN docu-series United Shades of America and public radio show Kamau Right Now! on KALW in San Francisco. The New York Times called Kamau “the most promising new talent in political comedy in many years.”
About Allen Stone
Allen Stone shaped the sound and feel of his new album, Radius, by pushing himself to “get past the boundaries of what I felt comfortable with, so that I could progress into a whole new level of creativity.” Radius reveals Stone’s easy grace in blending everything from edgy soul-pop and earthy folk-rock to throwback R&B and Parliament-inspired funk.”