Emerging young poet and spoken word artist Jayda David will lead a spoken word workshop with themes varying from Identity to Black British History to Mental Health and everything in-between
Jayda David is an emerging young poet and spoken word artist whose poetry centres around social and racial politics, inspired by her life and experiences as a working-class, dual heritage woman in London.
Jayda has performed on London Live, BBC Radio 5 and at The Television Centre for Mental Health Week. A testimony to her dedication to creating art partially centred on race, Jayda was the winner of Poetic Unity’s Black British History Competition 2019.As well as performing, Jayda also facilitates spoken word workshops, with themes varying from Identity to Black British History to Mental Health and everything in-between, which combines her love of poetry and teaching.
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