Posted on October 02, 2012
"I thought it was phenomenal," said Lauren Spencer, LGBT Resource Center's program coordinator. "I really like that Invincible was able to get so many different identities and stories and truths involved in the show." Among the three slam poets who opened for Invincible, Lansing Community College sophomore Quinton Robinson said his poetic and musical inspiration comes from the surplus of truths and stories in his hometown, Flint, Mich. "Once I saw the gap between the music we listen to now on the radio and what hip-hop was designed to be as a means for cultural change, I realized that these words actually have power," Robinson said.
Read the full article from State News, here.
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