Happy to announce that I recently won 1st place in Yecheilyah’s 5th Annual Poetry Contest! You can read my interview and winning poem entitled, “Ghosts, Ghostbusting History + Visible / Invisible Lives (Freedom is Ours)” on the The PBS Blog. This theme for this year’s contest was “Freedom.”
Much gratitude to Yecheilyah and the committee for the honor. So grateful to you for providing a platform for us to share our work about timely, relevant themes and do it in a way that is enlightening, encouraging, inspiring, and uplifting.
I’m so grateful to be a featured artist for Love 4 Immigrants’ (L4I) Virtual Art Healing Speaker Series & Exhibit on Sunday, 7/26/2020. It’s L4I’s first virtual and collaborative event.
Through this engaging online experience we intend to take the audience on a journey through the stories, art work and lives of immigrants artists, ally artists, International artists and mental health experts/Healers, these artists have commonly used art as a tool for healing and processing difficult emotions. ~ Love 4 Immigrants
Pre-recorded profiles and interviews of artists, mental health experts, and healers will be available to view the day of the event.
Happy to announce one of my latest poems, BLACK NATION, has been published on Osamasetorbest.com. Much gratitude for this platform and the opportunity to share these words about Black liberation with the world.
Much love and gratitude to Toya T, PhD for the imagery above, as this perfectly represents the message of my poem!