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Tag Archives: Poetry
Asian American Youth Poet Laureates winning Recognitions
While Amanda Gorman has become well known for being the first US National Youth Poet Laureate and speaking at the Joe Biden presidential inauguration, cities all over the US also have Youth Poet Laureate programs, with many Asian Americans as … Continue reading
Posted in The Arts Tagged Alexandra Huynh, Grace Nakadegawa-Lee, Poetry, Serena Yang, US National Youth Poet Laureate 2 Comments
Happy Birthday to Spoken Poet Beau Sia!
Today, June 2nd, marks the birthday of Beau Sia, one of the biggest role models in my life. To me, this particular individual is bigger than any celebrity in terms of hi’s importance in shaping who I am today. While … Continue reading
Posted in Current Events, Entertainment Tagged Beau Sia, Poetry, Spoken Word 4 Comments