Steven Willis – The Power of Your Story, and Black Liberation Theology

Steven Willis uses his writing background to creatively articulate the intricacies of African American culture. With art heavily influenced by urban life and religion, Steven mixes elements of hip hop and performance with formal teachings of history and anthropology to help express his eclectic personal narrative. Willis began doing spoken word at the age of 15 as a participant of Louder Than A Bomb and has performed for the likes of Hip Hop artist David Banner and Olympic Track Gold Medalist Sonya Richards Ross. Wills is a contributing writer to the BreakBeat Poets Anthology, NYU’s National Council for Teacher of English Journal, Manhattanville College’s Graffiti Magazine and is a 3 time Individual World Poetry Slam finalist. He is currently an MFA Candidate in Theatre at the University of Iowa.

Connect with Steven

Website: www.stevenwillispoetry.com

Twitter: @stevenawillis

Instagram: @stevenantoinewillis


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