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Jahman Hill joins Sunday LIVE with Juniper Moon

Jahman Hill is an award-winning poet, playwright, and professor. In 2018, Jahman claimed the title of 3rd best slam poet in the world, and in 2019 he wrote, produced, and starred in an award-winning one-man show, Black Enough, which played off-Broadway. Jahman Hill has become a sought-after poet internationally. His poetry videos have garnered millions of views online. Jahman is a professor at the University of Alabama where he received Master degrees in both Communication Studies and Women’s Studies.

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Zoya Ahmed Joins Sunday Live with Juniper Moon

Zoya Ahmed is the Sonoma County Poet Laureate. She was not only a 2019 California Poetry Out Loud finalist, but she won the 2019 California’s Poetry Ourselves competition with her original poem “A Concerto of Spice”. With her passion for social justice, she also directed and performed in the 2020 Martin Luther King Jr. Assembly at Maria Carrillo High School. Ahmed attempts to embrace her rich South Asian ancestorhood, and confront the minutiae of privilege and power, microaggressions, and the facade of the American Dream. She hopes that her poems give all those who are silenced, a voice.

Join Sunday LIVE Reading Zoom Meeting at:
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Meeting ID: 875 2664 6096   Passcode: 757763


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