Maximum Impact Poetry

Honoring the launch of Vermont’s Abolish Slavery Campaign, husband wife duo Tribal Raine and Max Parthas are right out of Sumter with Maximum Impact Poetry and Bringing the Word. Their collective truth is sober, dynamic and empowering.

Join us for “Bringing the Word”

Sat., June 18,
8:00 PM till 9:30 PM
Richard Kemp Center, 372 N. Winooski Ave.


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After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting

Tribal Raine is Chief Finance Officer for the Paul Cuffee Abolitionist Center located in Sumter, SC. She is an Abolitionist, Book Publisher and Jewelry Designer, multi-recorded and published Spoken Word Artist whose works have been used as teaching tools for poetry college courses. Her works and videos can be found worldwide via social media,, google, etc. She has performed on stages nationwide the nation with legends and leaders of the spoken word realm such as: NJ’s Poet Laureate – Amiri Baraka, Abiodune Oyewole of The Last Poets, Emmy; Peabody award winner and 7x HBO Def Poet – Georgia Me, HBO Def Poet -Abyss, Malcolm Jamal Warner, Nappy Roots, Queen Sheba, Black Ice, Sunny Paterson, Autumn Ashante, and more.

Max Parthas is a multi-published, multi-recorded, Spoken Word Artist, Slavery Abolitionist, and Social justice Activist.  Mentored by poetic activist legends Abiodun Oyewole of The Last Poets, and the leader of the Black Arts movement Amiri Baraka, Max comes from a proud lineage of artistic social changemakers. In addition to being named national Poet of The Year twice, he is the recipient of the Missouri CURE Marc Taylor Activism Award, the Will Bell Humanitarian Award, and the “In The Spirit of Malcolm X” award from MX Media for his abolitionist activism. His decades long volunteer work includes being the current Acting Director for the Paul Cuffee Abolitionist Center in Sumpter, SC. National Campaign Coordinator for the Abolish Slavery National Network. and Co-host/Executive producer of Abolition Today.

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