Twitter Ad On Women Empowerment Sparks Outcry

Puerto Rican poet Denice Frohman narrates a powerful piece, but Twitter users call bullsh**t.


Spoken Word Artist Spits “Bomb Ass Poetry” On Being Bilingual

“My tongue doesn’t believe in boundaries or borders, it colors outside the box."


For When Black & Brown Girls Go Missing & Silence Is An Act Of Violence: A Poetic Tribute

"You are a black girl worth remembering, and you are a threat knowing yourself."


This Poet Isn’t Breaking Down His Identity For One Xenophobic Soul

"The question...in our current America is a slur disguised as a question mark."


Interview: Millennial Spoken Word Artist Nina Donovan On Her Viral Poem “Nasty Woman”

"It wasn't just an anti-Trump piece, it was a pro-equality, 'let's unite and fight together' piece.


Poet Sums Up The Struggle That Follows Latinos Who Don’t Speak Spanish

"I contain so much sad brown mouth that I can't even pronounce 'Quiñones' without a stranger examining the air it took to learn it."


The Only Poem You Need To Arm Yourself With In Trump’s America

"If trauma be inherited, so be resilence, so be survival."


Get Lit Proves Classic Poetry Isn’t Reserved For Privileged Voices

The Los Angeles non-profit organization is keeping the art form alive with a modern twist.


Latinx Artists Shine On Twitter With #LatinxsCreate

Latinx artists are flexing their diverse range of talent in an effort to expand their narrative.


Fat, Fly, Salvadoran Poet Brings Body Positivity And Brown Girl Love To The Stage

Introducing a new generation of Latinxs to poetry and body positivity.


College Students Perform Poem About Black Women’s Experience: “I Grew Up Learning How To Protect Men Who Hate Me”

Titled "To Be Black And Woman And Alive," these two poets raised their voices on the depreciation of black women.