Khodi Dill is a spoken word poet and hip hop artist who lives in Saskatoon with his wife Carly Brown. Born in Nassau, Bahamas and raised in Saskatchewan, Canada, Dill’s writing is known for its riveting social justice themes and Lit Hop style. Khodi Dill was the 2010 Saskatoon Slam Champion, and, with his team, he placed 2nd at the Canadian Festival of Spoken Word in 2012. In 2005, Dill received his Bachelor’s degree in Education from the University of Regina, majoring in English Education, and has been sharing his love of writing with high school students ever since. Dill has also taught Anti-Oppressive Education at the University of Saskatchewan and is currently completing his Master’s degree at that institution. Dill’s thesis, set for release in early 2013, is titled “Anti-Oppression in Spoken Word Poetry”, and is a look at how spoken word artists are using the genre to promote social justice in Canada. Much of Dill’s work is available on YouTube.
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