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Back to my roots, Theatre

I am still floating on a cloud where dreams come true…

My art interest started in theatre, as an actress, back in elementary school.  That interest eventually led to writing, in several genres, and performance in poetry or oral tradition of interpretation.  768 more words


here she is...

My play, Hope’s Return, comes to life this week. A dream come true, sincerely 😆

Saturday is “Meet The Playwright” and it can’t get here soon enough! 12 more words


Boston University Students Stand With Students of Mizzou in Solidarity

This past week, students, alumni, professors and the general public held protests and showed support for the University of Missouri students. It’s hard to miss the issues and scandals that have been occurring at Mizzou. 643 more words

What's Happening In The World

Malcolm X "He lived his life with Urgency" Photo Gallery

I stepped into the Audubon Ballroom with the character of Washington Heights as the back drop. We pulled the door and it was locked. We tried another and another. 139 more words

Natural Hair

Discrimination in Athletics

“I told Vanessa that next time we should also paint our skin black, so then we could win too.” This is a direct quote from Italian gymnast, Carlotta Ferlito, in 2013. 644 more words

What's Happening In The World

Dance: Alvin Ailey In Movie Theaters Tonight

We know we’ve been a bit behind, but if ever there was a reason to catch up it would be this: the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater is being presented in movie theaters across the country tonight – Oct. 90 more words

Black Dance

Reconstruction of the Black Male Image

The internet, specifically YouTube, was the best thing that ever happened for the masses and media relationship. With the mass influx of web series written, produced, and directed by black men, we are claiming control of the images produced for audiences all over the world of who we are and what we represent as creative individuals. 205 more words