Enter the world of Panama Soweto, where spoken word becomes a powerful catalyst for change. Featured on NPR, TEDXCSU, and acclaimed by literary bloggers, JC Futrell, known as Panama Soweto, masterfully challenges societal norms. His dynamic performances explore issues of bullying, single-parenthood, sexual abuse, self-advocacy, and discrimination. Through artistry, he ignites conversations that resonate globally, making him a leading voice in social justice and activism.
Meet JC Futrell, the force behind Panama Soweto, a spoken word artist whose words have the power to transform perspectives. Featured on NPR and TEDXCSU, JC delves into crucial topics, from racial inequity to systemic racism. As an activist, poet, hip-hop artist, educator, and non-profit executive, he drives change by dismantling societal norms. His grassroots efforts led to renaming Denver's Stapleton neighborhood after his civil rights activist grandparents. JC's multidisciplinary expertise makes him an influential speaker, panelist, and performer, sparking discussions on social justice, political marketing, activism, and the role of art in combating systemic racism.