Asam Malik Poetry on Domestic Violence at the Philadelphia Alliance annual breakfast on Oct. 22, 2010.
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The Individual World Poetry Slam Finals in Phoenix, Arizona. Black, poet, dyke-goddess, hip-hop feminist, womanist, friend, Porsha Olayiwola is a performance artist who believes in pixie dust and second chances. A resident of Boston, by way of Chicago, Porsha O is the reigning Individual World Poetry Slam Champion. Her intention is to speak, love, praise, and maintain a cypher that is undocumented, uncontrollable and just plain ole dope. Porsha Olayiwola is the 2014 Individual World Poetry Champion.
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