SPC Presents: S.C. Says
Spoken Word Poetry
Andre Bradford, a.k.a. S.C. Says, is an Austin based slam poet who has been performing slam poetry since 2013. He's toured and featured at venues and universities across the country, and his work has been featured in the Huffington Post, The Edge radio, The Culture Trip, and Blavity. He is a two time Austin Poetry Slam Champion, a two time Texas Grand Slam Finalist, and was a member of the 2015 National Championship Team. He also once popped a bag of popcorn without burning a single kernel, which is arguably one of his greatest achievements.
His poetry covers a gamut of topics ranging from being mixed race, to gun control, to mental health awareness, to never settling in relationships. Slam poetry is an art form he loves due to its raw vulnerability and it's ability to cultivate transparency and dialogues into many different walks of life.
Where: Student Center Auditorium
When: Thursday, February 27, 2020
Time: 7 p.m.
Individuals with disabilities are welcome. Call the Office of Student Engagement at 618/453-5714 or DSS at 618/453-5738 in advance of the event to request accommodations.
For more information, visit spc.rso.siu.edu or call the Student Programming Council at 618/536-3393.