Kay, a spoken word poet, headlined the annual event, which also featured workshops led by various female figures who are a part of the BC community.
Through various mediums, including song, prayer, poetry, and public speaking, the night addressed the marginalization of people of color and minorities at large.
BC SLAM!, along with the Black Student Forum and United Front, hosted poet TOO BLACK to speak about racism, prejudice, and the black experience.
Finding a different kind of chemistry in Merkert, BC Slam! finds a way to comfortably discuss a variety of topics through the powerful medium of spoken-word poetry.
Words are one of the few mediums through which we can attempt to understand those sitting across from us. BC SLAM!, BC’s spoken word poetry group, seeks to find and free words that would otherwise remain in the recesses of our minds.