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11 – 15 March 2014 Streetposia Comes to Sweden


Rafeef Ziadah
Performance Poet & Activist

Joined by poets from Split This Rock of Washington D.C. and Revolution Poetry of Stockholm

Seminar, Workshops, and a Slammin’ Spoken Word Performance

Friday, March 14, 2014 at Kontrapunkt (Västanforsg. 21, Malmo, Sweden)
19.00 to 21.00 – BDS Seminar featuring Rafeef Ziadah, Randa Wahbe, and Lena Ibrahim

Saturday, March 15, 2014 at Kontrapunkt (Västanforsg. 21, Malmo, Sweden)
14.00 to 15.30 – Palestinian Identity Workshop
16.30 to 18.00 – Spoken Word Poetry Workshop led by Split This Rock poets from Washington, DC
20.00 to 21.30 – Spoken Word Performance Featuring Rafeef Ziadah from London, Jonathan B. Tucker, E.L.P.J., and Renegade the Sensei from Split This Rock in Washington, DC and Amer Sarsour from Revolution Poetry of Stockholm.

Rafeef Ziadah performing

Rafeef Ziadah performing poetry from her album Hadeel

Rafeef is a Palestinian performance poet and human rights activist based in London. Her performances of poems like ‘We Teach Life, Sir’ and ‘Shades of Anger’ went viral online within days of their release. She received an Ontario Arts Council Grant from the Word of Mouth programme to create her debut spoken-word album Hadeel. Since releasing her album, she has toured many countries, performing poetry and conducting workshops. She was chosen to represent Palestine at the South Bank center Poets Olympiad in 2012.

Rafeef’s debut ablum Hadeel is dedicated to Palestinian youth, who still fly kites in the face of F16 bombers, who still remember the names of their villages in Palestine and still hear the sound of Hadeel over Gaza.

Check out her video here


In Sweden we are associated with:

Amer Sarsour, young poet speaking at rally.

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