Dominique ChristinaDominique Christina is an author of four books, licensed educator, 2 time Women of the World Slam Champion, 2011 National Poetry Slam Champion, 2013 National Underground Poetry Individual Slam Champion, social agitator, a profane person, occasional vegan. She is the only person to win the Women of the World Championship twice. Her work is influenced by her family’s legacy during the Civil Rights Movement. Her grandfather, who is in the baseball hall of fame, was a shortstop for the Kansas City Monarchs in the Negro Leagues. When he left, Jackie Robinson, who later integrated baseball, took his place.

Dominique’s aunt is a Congressional Medal of Honor recipient for being one of 9 students who desegregated Central High School in Little Rock Arkansas. Dominique is sought after to teach and perform at colleges and universities nationally and internationally every year. Her work appears in numerous literary journals and anthologies. She was an actor and writer for season two of the HBO series High Maintenance and is a National Poetry Series Winner for what will be her fourth manuscript “Anarcha Speaks” to be published by Beacon Press in 2018.


Dominique Christina, MA, M.Ed, National Poetry Slam Champion 2011, Women of the World Poetry Slam Champion 2012 & 2014, Author of 4 books, Writer/Actor HBO Series High Maintenance Season 2, National Poetry Series Winner 2017,

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