D’Scribe the Poet is an Indigenous (Blackfoot/Mi’kmaq) spoken word artist who uses his work to discuss topics such as mental illness, boundaries, and Indigenous rights. D’Scribe has competed at events such as the 2016 Canadian festival of spoken word in Winnipeg, the 2017 Canadian Individual poetry slam championship in Vancouver, and the 2017 International queer poetry championship Capturing fire in Washington DC where he performed on final stage. As a core team member of the Hamilton Youth Poet’s(HYP), D’Scribe and his teammates are presently ranked 2nd provincially, and hold the championship title for young voices Nationally. D’Scribe is proud to be part of HYP’s teaching artist corps and is looking forward to working with schools throughout Hamilton. When he is not pouring his heart out into a microphone he is working on his Psychology at Brock University.