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Regie Gibson

Regie Gibson, has lectured and performed in the U.S., Cuba, and Europe. In Italy, representing the U.S., Regie competed for and received the Absolute Poetry Award (Monfalcone) & the Europa en Versi Award (LaGuardia di Como). Himself & his work appear in love jones: a feature-film based on events in his life. He has appeared on HBO’s Def Poetry Jam, various NPR programs, presented at several TED X events & has been nominated for a Boston Emmy. He’s received the Walker Scholarship, a Mass Cultural Council Award, the Lexington Education Foundation Grant, a YMCA Writer’s Fellowship & the Brother Thomas Fellowship from The Boston Foundation. Regie has served as a consultant for the NEA’s “How Art Works” initiative and the “Mere Distinction of Color”- an exhibit at James Madison’s Montpelier home examining the legacy of slavery and the U.S. constitution. He teaches at Clark University and works with members of the Red Cross-Red Crescent Climate Center (Hague, Netherlands) to craft language regarding issues of climate change. He is also a member of the GrubStreet Board.