Youth Poets Take Over Wayne State with Louder Than a Bomb!

. April 30, 2018.
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Be inspired by young people speaking up and speaking out in imaginative, insightful and magical ways as teens representing over twenty schools and organizations across Michigan (including Ann Arbor’s Neutral Zone) compete for the statewide poetry slam title. Two rounds of poetry slams (1-3 PM & 3:30-4:30 PM) will take place over the course of the afternoon and the top four teams will advance to the LTAB Grand Slam at Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit (7pm) – MOCAD (Ann Arbor made it to the finals and finished second last year).

Saturday, May 5th, Wayne State University,
42 W. Warren Ave., Detroit. 313-577-4601, insideoutdetroit.org.

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