Marlon Carey

Marlon Carey

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Marlon “Inphynit DaGhost” Carey, who best describes himself as a Poet, Educator, Actor, Communicator and Entertainer, an acronym for PEACE which he adds is his “philosophy on people.”  There isn’t a medium Carey hasn’t mastered- from his 18+ years as a poetry slam champion to his hip hop music career as “INPHYNIT” to his co-founding of Shakespeare to Hip-Hop, a literary arts enrichment project that travels to schools across the U.S. In this episode: How Marlon’s Black identity informs his work, his journey of “self-discovery” and how he fuses Hip-Hop and history to engagingly teach Shakespeare to hundreds of students. Listen to Marlon's music here: https://soundcloud.com/marlon-carey Checkout Shakespeare to Hip Hop: http://www.shakespearetohiphop.com Produced by: Leila Kashani-Sabet ’22 (@leilakashanisabet), Tammuz Frankel ’22 (@t_mmuz) and Mako Mendoza ‘21 (@mako_mendoza)
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Marlon “Inphynit DaGhost” Carey, who best describes himself as a Poet, Educator, Actor, Communicator and Entertainer, an acronym for PEACE which he adds is his “philosophy on people.”  There isn’t a medium Carey hasn’t mastered- from his 18+ years as a poetry slam champion to his hip hop music career as “INPHYNIT” to his co-founding of Shakespeare to Hip-Hop, a literary arts enrichment project that travels to schools across the U.S. In this episode: How Marlon’s Black identity informs his work, his journey of “self-discovery” and how he fuses Hip-Hop and history to engagingly teach Shakespeare to hundreds of students. Listen to Marlon's music here: https://soundcloud.com/marlon-carey Checkout Shakespeare to Hip Hop: http://www.shakespearetohiphop.com Produced by: Leila Kashani-Sabet ’22 (@leilakashanisabet), Tammuz Frankel ’22 (@t_mmuz) and Mako Mendoza ‘21 (@mako_mendoza)
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