Importance of Self-Care during COVID-19 & Human Rights Protests

I have been in deep thought about the importance of self-care during these times. In 2015, Bree Newsome made national headlines when she scaled a 30-foot flag pole at the South Carolina statehouse and took down the Confederate flag. In an article entitled, “Charlottesville Reinforced That Self-Care Is an Essential Part of My Activism,” Newsome … More Importance of Self-Care during COVID-19 & Human Rights Protests

Immerse Yourself in Jackson, Mississippi

So Many Ways To View African-American History written by: Sophia V. Nelson For the past two years, I have pursued a deeper understanding of American History, Black History, and World History by visiting African American historic sites, archives, and museums. In an interview with documentarian Harry Allen, he shared, “I think any act of documentation … More Immerse Yourself in Jackson, Mississippi

Full Story Soon: Elegba Folklore Society

Recorded in Richmond, Virginia at The Elegba Folklore Society. Written and interviewed by Ali’a Brooke Edwards @rev.alia. When asked “can you tell me how you got started in the transformational arts- history, culture? And how your inspiration has evolved over time.” Omilade Janine Bell founder of @efsinc expressed “liberating black people is hard work. But I did accept … More Full Story Soon: Elegba Folklore Society