In previous lessons, students learned about ways that individuals and groups in East London and Bristol worked together in order to take action in response to injustices. They also considered the role that public art can play in connecting stories of the past to the present day, creating conversation, and building community. Returning to the power of art to make a statement and bring about change, in this lesson students will analyse a spoken word poem about bullying and then consider how they might use their voices to call attention to injustice or unfairness in their own school or community. The goal of this lesson is not for students to create performance ready poems. Rather, we hope that they will consider the ways in which they might raise their voices to make themselves heard on issues important to them and try their hand at spoken word poetry to consider how it can serve as a powerful means of creative expression that can captivate an audience and inspire change.