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This week on Litro Lab, Ashby McGowan reads ‘Muraho” where a picture is painted of a survivor’s life.
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Ashby Mcgowan’s multi-voice work has been featured on National Radio and performed at the Scottish Parliament. He has written for Amnesty, Dove Tales, and for the United Nations. He performed as part of a multi-voice group at many Human Rights events and at many different Theatres. His protest poems are meant to be performed at events and demos. He is a Buddhist and a vegan. He campaigns for human and animal rights. Chromatic Voices 2 Live at Seeds of Thought (performing, Poems Against War.)