Racial Justice Through Poetry: Stories with Fable

This week Havilah continues her conversations around race and racial justice with Fable of The Diatribe. Fable works with youth to find connection and understanding for each other through the medium of poetry and spoken word.

Marcel “Fable” Price is a Bi-racial North American writer, teaching artist, community advocate, motivational speaker, and executive director of non profit organization The Diatribe.

Fable is the 2016 recipient of a Community Advocate Award, a 2017 40 Under 40 Honoree, and is the currently holding the title of Poet Laureate.

He is the author of “Adrift in a Sea of M&M’s” (2016) and is currently working to finish his second collection of poems titled Metamorphosis; an extroverted caterpillars guide to becoming an introverted butterfly (2019).

Fable is the first person under the age of 40, and the first person of color to have earned the title of poet laureate of Grand Rapids Michigan; a three-year tenure with already measurable successes achieved within the first year. Fable is highly noted for his work with the youth through his non profit The Diatribe; using his own stories to consume the audience and is making a huge effort in lifting up youth across the country encouraging them to unpack their own struggles.

He is known across the nation for crowd-interactive features that leave those attending enlightened and empowered.

Buckle up, prepare to make a new friend, and enjoy the ride.

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