Jul 21, 2017
jessica Care moore is a poet, playwright, actor and activist. She’s shared the stage with Steve Harvey, Maya Angelou, Nikki Giovanni, Amiri Baraka…
jessica Care moore has graced the cover of The New York Times, The Metro Times, Michigan FrontPage, Detroit News, Detroit Free Press, African Voices Magazine, Black Elegance Magazine, and has been featured in print and online magazines across the world, including, Essence,Huffington Post, Blaze, The Source, Vibe, Bomb, Mosaic, Savoy, One World, Upscale, Ambassador Magazine, UPTOWN and others.
SHE IS POETRY IN MOTION making it happen!
Her multimedia show, God is Not an American, was produced by The Apollo Theater and Time Warner’s NYC Parks Summer Concert Series. She was the host, writer and co-Executive Producer of the poetry driven television show, Spoken, which was executive produced by and directed by Robert Townsend.
As an artist/activist, jessica Care moore lent her powerful voice to the international fight against AIDS. She performed for the United Nations World AIDS Day Commemoration two years in a row.
moore has also performed in front of thousands of people during AIDS WALK Opening Ceremonies in New York City, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Florida and Atlanta.
jessica Care moore lives for the stage and her audience. Her techno solo theater performance, The Missing Project: Pieces of the D is an high energy homage to Detroit. Black Tea: The Legend of Jessi James is her debut album. The album features guest appearances from Talib Kweli, Roy Ayers and Jose James.
Her work has been on exhibit at the American Jazz Museum in Kansas City and the Charles H. Wright Museum for her Black WOMEN Rock! Exhibition.
What else is her legacy? The jess Care moore Foundation, her nonprofit, which focuses on youth literacy and expression through art. She is a Youth Institution Builder.
Hear this provocative and entertaining episode that ends with one of those powerful poems that made jessica Care moore a five-time record-breaking legend at just 24 years old at "It's Showtime at the Apollo” competition.
She believes in igniting others to impact the world. She is real, raw, bold, unapologetic, compassionate and candid.
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