“Minnesota Poets on Prince”, curated by the Loft Literary Center.
A video poem of Vincent’s work shot at the Minneapolis American Indian Center.
A writer and performer R. Vincent Moniz, Jr. performs a poem about Native Americans and the stereotypes that they try dismantle and tell truths behind the myths and mascots in America.
The Loft’s spoken word series Equilibrium (EQ) put on its biggest show ever during the AWP conference. The event featured more than 30 poets performing their work. Here, R. Vincent Moniz, Jr. performs.
Part of an amazing writer’s conference at the NuEta Hidatsa Sahnish College. Here Vincent reads some of his published works.
The Loft Literary Center’s Equilibrium is an incredible Spoken Word event in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Vincent went from appearing as one the program’s opening featured poets to, as shown in this video, headlining the event.
Ending his fellowship Vincent performed with members of his Beyond The Pure Fellowship cohort at Intermedia Arts in Minneapolis, MN.
Vincent reads his poetry in his neighborhood.
Dr. Juliana Hu Pegues asked me to generate a list that means CONTAINMENT, IMPRISONMENT, respectively as a Native American son of the Phillips neighborhood in South Minneapolis and also as member of my Indigenous Nation. This is that list.
Video created for Poetry/Indian Month