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The Poetry Exchanges Videos

Throughout lockdown, ten poets from Born Lippy  (Newcastle) and Spoken (London) Collectives met, researched, wrote & rehearsed poems about social issues important to them. Filmmaker – Davey Poremda (Fly Films) brought their message to life by creating five hard hitting videos.

The five videos will be released one at a time, every Friday at 2pm from 27/08/21- 24/09/21. Watch them all here.

Please leave a comment about your thoughts on the issues the videos raise, share and subscribe to the Blog & YouTube Channel.

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Video 1/5:

Mark ‘Mr T’ Thompson & Ellen Moran – Competitive Oppression

Competitive Oppression explores the way people are pitted against each other based on identifying characteristics, and how we need to work together regardless of race and gender.

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Video 2/5:

Andreena Leeanne & Andi Talbot – Home Unknown

When you think of homlessness please also consider those who are the hidden homeless.

Video 3/5:

Donald Jenkins & Tim ‘Passion’ Forde – Mute The Truth

The Covid pandemic has also been a crisis of information with society divided by conflicting narratives. Poets – Donald Jenkins & Tim (Passion Forde) go head to head in a much needed heated debate to try and unmute the truth.

VIDEO 4/5:

Jayda David & Sara Zafar – Assimilation

Poets – Jayda David & Sara Zafar share their experiences of assimiliation – attempting to blend into a society that wouldn’t otherwise accept them and their cultural backgrounds.

VIDEO 5/5:

Poetry Exchanges Part 5/5: Haylee Venus & Tom Cee- Scrolling

This piece is an account of social media user experience, a pondering on how it has changed our society and where we might be headed in the future.

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