Amoya Reé (she/her) is a Jamaican-Canadian performance poet and captain of the 2018 National Slam Poetry championship team. She has been performing since 2008 and has shared her stories in classrooms & boardrooms across Ontario.
She has featured at the coveted When Sisters Speak as well as LA3 Raza Open Mic and the Toronto Poetry Slam among many more. Amoya Ree is also resident facilitator and strategic advisor to One Mic Educators.
Her writing is rooted in her lived experiences as an immigrant, mother, & community worker. Exploring the cultural significance race, mothering and love. She often blends historical fact with present realities, making for a poetic experience that is both informational and inspirational.
Amoya Ree is also the creative director of KTV Media, a virtual production enterprise that promotes Black art and excellence. She has published a Holiday Gift Guide to promote Black owned business through the website.