Lee Mokobe:
A powerful poem about what it feels like to be transgender

TEDWomen 2015 · 4:21 · Filmed May 2015
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"I was the mystery of an anatomy, a question asked but not answered," says poet Lee Mokobe, a TED Fellow, in this gripping and poetic exploration of identity and transition. It's a thoughtful reflection on bodies, and the meanings poured into them.

Lee Mokobe is a slam poet who explores social injustice and gender identity issues. Full bio
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