I Can’t Breathe: Spoken word inspired by George Floyd

The killing of George Floyd sent shockwaves across the world and triggered global outrage at the treatment of black people at the hands of US police forces. However, it opened a wider conversation about the continuing institutional struggles that Black people face in today’s world.

I can’t breathe is a spoken word piece involving the voices of 24 individuals, written by me, motivated by the death of George Floyd.

Graphics provided by Ebony Rowe.

Olu Rowe

Olu Rowe is a multi-passionate artist. A director, producer, speaker, playwright and professional musician who has dedicated his career to his love of the arts and to spreading a positive message of diversity & inclusion

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