What chance have I got?’ by Amina Atiq
22-year-old Amina Atiq moved to Liverpool from Yemen when she was four.
To mark 100 years since some women got the vote, her poem “What chance have I got?” questions identity, the pay gap and sexism.
“They tell us we have gained in numbers, colours and voices, but what is numbers, colours in a room full of men?” said Amina.
As a creative writing student at Liverpool John Moores University, Amina continues to develop her writing and “give a voice to the voiceless”.
This clip is originally from BBC Radio 5 live.