Mustafa Ahmed spoken word "I Walk" - Salon Camden Jan26/11





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Mustafa Ahmed is a 14 year old poet from Regent Park. He exploded onto Toronto's poetry scene with his poem, 'Single Rose' that earned him a standing ovation at the 2009 Hot Docs film festival.

On January 26, 2011 Mustafa performed "I Walk" for the launch of Camden File Project's Poetry-Prose-Photography salon series, part of the "Why Am I So Poor" youth poverty project.

"Why Am I So Poor" Youth Poverty Series
In 2011, the Camden File Project is launching a new salon series with a focus on youth poverty in Toronto. The series will bring together Toronto's most eminent young poets, filmmakers, photographers and writers to shed light on the rising social crises in urban communities across Toronto.

Camden File Project
The Camden File Project is a youth-led policy think tank. Camden File deploys culture via creative mediums of expression including film, photography and poetry to uncork socio-political discourse and influence public policy. CFP is part of Salon Camden Centre for Urban Dialogue (saloncamden.com), which promotes urban discourse via intimate gatherings and other expressive platforms on subjects spanning art, culture, socio-economic issues, geopolitics and philosophy.

Visit us at www.camdenfile.com


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