Pronouns: She / Her
I’m a visual artist, writer, and educator. I’m here, I’m queer, and I like to draw. I’m an interracial adoptee. I identify as Black, biracial, mixed, and multiracial. I found this community through a BIPOC meditation space. I’m grateful for the healers of color in my life. I’m committed to teaching my middle schoolers to be curious and critical, and to stand up for themselves and others.
I’m a crystal toting, joint smoking, Afro wearing, outgoing introvert from the Boogie Down Bronx. Cunning Linguist, Lesbiana, Spicy 🇩🇴🇻🇮, for the Culture- Rejecting the narratives placed upon me and creating my own! #Wehere
Be ensuring firstly that we are aware of these spaces! Making them accessible and affordable and encouraging, instead of belittling, those that look like us to seek the help and support they may require, whatever that looks like to them!
Honest open communication and mutuality.
I haven’t been there yet!
My great grandmother! Born in the early 1900’s in Augusta, GA, she was a living example of Black history, Regaling us with tales from her youth was one of my fondest memories.
What does Healing look like to you?
A day where I feel at ease.
The life itself.
My nephew singing old McDonald had a farm in the car, brought a tear to my eye and a smile to my face.
Patience and that all things are not in my control.
Whet?!?! Eww! 😂😂