Kim B. Miller
Human Rights for all Hueman Right?
Part of the Atlas INTERSECTIONS Festival 2018
Performance begins at 8:30pm.
Spoken word poet Kim B. Miller is known for work that is opinionated, thought provoking and real. In Human Rights for all Hueman Right? she calls on her audience to get involved rather than stand by silently and watch anyone’s rights be taken away. Miller paints a vivid picture in words as she points out that we are all part of the Earth’s village. We pick a side even when we don’t pick a side. If we don’t condemn injustice we condone it.
Content information: Swearing or coarse language – rare or mild. Best suited to age 13+.
About Kim B. Miller
Kim is a native New Yorker, born in Brooklyn. Kim is an author, facilitator, motivational speaker and a spoken word artist. Her poetry is her heart expressed in words: opinionated, thought provoking and real. Poetry is like breathing to her and she breathes deeply. Kim wants you to see her truth as she paints a vivid picture with words.Kim has written several spoken word poetry books and released a CD of poetry, My Poetry is Portable but the Truth Doesn’t Move, in 2017.