IHRC Bookshop is holding a poetry workshop with the poet Ibraheem Sincere for teenagers aged 11 – 15 years.
The workshop will begin with the poet giving an introduction to poetry and performing some of his own works. Then the participants will have the opportunity to write their own poems and perform them to everyone.
Ibrahim Sincere is a young rapper/poet from London, and member of the group ‘OntheD’. He propagates a message of revolution, spirituality and activism in an intellectual and unique way, tackling issues that face our communities and our youth in today’s world and societies.
He has performed at many high profile shows and events. He has spoken at peace conferences as a panellist alongside local MP’s and councillors. Along with this, he is currently studying Actuarial Sciences at University having achieved 3 A’s at A-Level including Maths and Economics.
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