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Louder Than a Bomb: a poetry slam competition for our city's young people

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  Louder Than a Bomb, the world's largest poetry slam, started in Chicago in 2001 and has now expanded to 15 cities, including Cincinnati.  The event serves as a forum for our city'?s youth to engage one another, and an opportunity for the rest of us to hear about life in Cincinnati from their perspectives. Louder Than a Bomb Cincinnati is phase 2 of the 2013 Future Cities-Livable Cities symposium. Joining us to discuss Louder Than a Bomb and Future Cities initiative are University of Cincinnati Chair of Taft Faculty and Director of the Charles Phelps Taft Research Center, Dr. Adrian Parr; and, Terry Boling, architect and associate professor of practice at the UC College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning.

Finals will be held April 18 at the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center, to register for the event click here.