Detroit based hip-hop artist and activist Invincible began penning lyrics at the age of nine, after moving to the midwest from the Middle East and learning English by memorizing songs. She founded EMERGENCE Media and released her debut album ShapeShifters in 2008. Her songs, shows and videos amplify social justice issues and project visions for transformation, while her work with the Live Arts Media Project, a program of the community organization Detroit Summer, goes beyond music towards actualizing the change she wishes to see. Invincible is also a fellow of the Ellen Stone Belic Institute for the Study of Women and Gender in the Arts and Media.

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