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Poet Aminah Rahman: Changing the Future

Choose To Challenge

Aminah Rahman is a 17 year-old  award-winning published poet and spoken word artist, born and raised in Cambridge.

Here is her International Womens Day​ #ChooseToChallenge​ poem ‘Changing the Future’.

Aminah has been writing poetry since she was eight years old and is a winner of the annual Young Muslim​ Writers Awards.

Aminah Rahman is an award-winning British-Bangladeshi poet and spoken word artist

This year International Women’s Day​ has a mission to celebrate the work of women creatives and elevate visibility for commercial projects and commissions

If you would like to join and support women creatives who #ChooseToChallenge find out more HERE. And we would love to feature your work on Cambridge Herstory too


Celebrating the courage and resilience of the women of Cambridge

Cambridge Herstory is an archive and resource of Cambridge Women’s Heritage, celebrating the courage and resilience of the women of Cambridge.

The archive celebrates the contributions of women who have lived, worked and studied in Cambridge throughout the ages: from stories of women in history who changed the city for the better, and often contributed nationally to  stories of women currently living in Cambridge who make massive contributions to improve the lives of their friends, family, neighbours, colleagues, community members and our city every single day.

We’d love to hear from you

If you would like to add to add a Cambridge Herstory blog – whether your story or someone else’s, or an event, art, culture or links celebrating the women of Cambridge, please contact Ari or Hilary.

Ariadne Henry
Community Development Officer, Cambridge City Council
Ariadne.Henry@cambridge.gov.uk

Hilary Cox Condron
Cam Herstory Curator
mshilaryc@gmail.com

And join the conversation on social media:

Facebook: @camherstory

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