Spoken word is truth from broken pieces of our hearts that bleed from our pen to paper. A lot has been going on in the world with hate crime, prejudice and discrimination. Today we talk those sensitive issues the way we know best
Three amazing ladies share with us their spoken word piece that speak on the basis of discrimination, stereotypes and prejudice. On this episode we have Porsche Kelly a.k.a the poetic activist from Oakland California. She speaks on the topics of racism in America with her”powerful piece, “Jokes and how we cannot do much if we do not acknowledge the wrongs in order to make them right.
Anna Maria Morris from Houston Texas shares her poem, “We Used To…” A poem based on history, culture and of course discrimination.
Finally, Sarah Kesteven, spoken word poet from shares her piece, “Some men” If you thought we were done with the feminism talks, you are listening to the wrong podcast.
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Anna Maria Morris here
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