The message of Guante’s raw truth-telling slam poem is that when it comes to masculinity – and really anything – there is no one way to be.
Master slam poet Guante. “You ever have sex in a haunted house?”
Award winning spoken word poet Guante on race, privilege, art and Minneapolis.
Award winning slam poet Guante with a metaphor for our times. A brilliant spoken word performance of “Quicksand”.
Spoken word artist Guante on what “…the Pentagon calls ‘The Mommy Effect'”.
Are you tired of hearing this? Man up. Man up. MAN UP! So is he.
Let’s reframe the idea of political correctness to be less about censorship and more about choosing to not use needlessly hurtful language.
Award-winning slam poet Guante talks about how the things we don’t say are the things we should have said.
Ozy Frantz introduces us to award-winning slam poet Guante, and his opinions on the phrase “Man up.”
I recently found this brilliant piece by Guante, a hip-hop artist and two-time National Poetry Slam champion, and felt like sharing it with everyone. Transcript from his website below the cut.
Is masculinity tied to one’s handshake? Slam poet and activist Guante performs at Macalester Slam.
A spoken word poem by 2-time National Poetry Slam champion, activist and social justice educator Guante.