Adam Bryk

d’bi young anitafrika

d’bi.young anitafrika is an African-Jamaican UK-based dub poet, theatre interventionist and decolonial scholar, committed to embodying art that ritualises acts of recovery from violence inflicted upon the people and the planet. Shx is a multi-award-winning Canadian Poet of Honor, author of twelve plays, seven albums and four poetry collections and was recently recognised as a Global Leader in Theatre & Performance by Arts Council England. After receiving hxr Masters from University of London, d’bi.young was awarded a Dean’s Scholarship by London South Bank University to conduct doctoral research in decolonial performance, praxis & pedagogy. In addition to teaching hxr Anitafrika Method worldwide and holding a core faculty position in Program Design and Pedagogy at Soulpepper’s new Theatre Academy, d’bi.young has worked as Theatre Interventionist in the UN’s Global Initiatives Fellowship and is currently planning the inaugural Dub(b)in Poetry & Theatre Festival. Hxr most recent publication is ‘black.queer.womxn: three plays by d’bi.young anitafrika.’