reading “there goes the neighborhood” at the rapp saloon in santa monica.
reading “i want the world to see this is what racism looks like” for the first time.
affectionately called "the big black poem," bridgette debuted this during the anansi writers workshop at the world stage. this was her first solo feature spot.
Quick performance of "we will bring them to heel," a commentary on the national football league's treatment of protesting players and the underlying issues of brutality.
the ovary office from the world stage invited bridgette bianca to be their surprise guest during lit crawl la. this is a quick poem titled, "was it good for you/like blood on dry ground."
the final three poems read at the un:fade:able reading series: "now i play black mama," "an exasperated black woman," and "uppity negress."
another performance from the la palabra reading. "give us this day/death is our daily bread" is about a young man who was murdered and how his death changed everything.