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“This is a movement, not a moment” : Watch Solomon O.B’s performance of his poem “I SEE” written in the aftermath of the Black Lives Matter protests over the summer

Bristol based Solomon has been an active member of the city’s Black Lives Matter scene. As well as being a writer, performer and lyricist, Solomon campaigns with the youth chapter of the Afro-Caribbean Assembly in Bristol.

Part of a Bristol Cable video series for Black History Month 2020.

Watch: "I SEE" a poem to inspire and outrage, by Solomon OB

Watch: "I SEE", a poem to inspire and outrage, by Solomon OB Bristol based poet and activist.

Posted by The Bristol Cable on Thursday, October 29, 2020

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