Zeta Phi Beta is a sorority full of talented and beautiful performers, like Mikhaella Norwood!
Norwood, a Spring 2015 initiate of the Gamma Delta Chapter of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. at the University of Michigan, recently performed an original spoken word piece about her hometown of Detroit at an event hosted by TEDx.
She was able to wow the crowd at TEDxDetroit, with a piece entitled “Detroit: The New Sound of Motown”, a poem speaking words of life and hope over the city.
Watch Mikhaella Norwood‘s performance below and show her some major love!
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