“If I Should Have a Daughter,” Spoken Word Performance by Sarah Kay

Sarah Kay
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900th TED Talk: Sarah Kay’s “If I should have a daughter…”

From the TED website:

“Plenty of 14-year-old girls write poetry. But few hide under the bar of the famous Bowery Poetry Club in Manhattan’s East Village absorbing the talents of New York’s most exciting poets. Sarah Kay also had the guts to take its stage and hold her own against performers at least a decade her senior. Her talent for weaving words into poignant, funny, and powerful performances paid off.

Now 22, Kay is a successful spoken word poet and codirects Project V.O.I.C.E. (Vocal Outreach Into Creative Expression). Founded by Kay in 2004, Project V.O.I.C.E. encourages people, particularly teenagers, to use spoken word as a tool for understanding the world and self, and a medium for vital expression.” Read More

Sarah Kay’s intensity mesmerizes and enchants us in this lyrical, moving 900th TED Talk:

2 thoughts on ““If I Should Have a Daughter,” Spoken Word Performance by Sarah Kay

  1. Powerful talk! Sharing this with my two beautiful daughters and wishing I’d taught them a thing or two about how tough the world can be using Sarah’s methods.

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