Vulnerability is hard and uncomfortable, but its the key to us getting to the place we want to be.
On this episode I sit down with prison abolitionist and entrepreneur Stephanie D. Keene is a Philadelphia-based writer and creative. She owns Incense, Trap, & Yoga, an apparel line that promotes a culture of justice. Her justice work focuses on decarceration and decriminalization. A proud graduate of the first HBCU, Lincoln University (PA), she is... Continue Reading →
For the Return of #PassionMeetsPolitics, I sat down with Jazz singer/ songwriter V.Shayne Frederick. We talk about his jazz origins, how to be comfortable in your body, and much more!! Listen to the episode here: https://soundcloud.com/koffiekakeki/passion-meets-politics-season
In the fourth installment of Telling our story, I sit down with the Allen’s ( Crystal and Noel) as they share their life journey. From how they met, to their professional careers , and their journey into parenthood. They share why presenting their identities are at the forefront of all that is the most important... Continue Reading →
In the second installment of Sharing Our Stories I sit down with Ericka Stewart, local LBGTQ advocate here in the city. Here we talk about the importance of her work, finding your own path, and what is next for her and her work. You can follow Ericka on Instagram : @HealingthroughTraumallc Remember to comment, like... Continue Reading →
In honor of Black Philly Pride I wanted to take the opportunity to highlight my folks! The first person I asked was Rev. Da Saint! So after Good Friday we got together to decompress about the Good Friday service she curated and #JesusRepast She is so intentional about how she represents God and God’s people and... Continue Reading →
This volg is a few things: 1. Me rambling 2. Me being honest 3. Me crying. I hope you all like it. To be honest I'm just glad that i can share again. I've been struggling a bit, and i hope this helps me find my stride again Don't forget to like, share, and comment.
In November, my pastor decided to engage some ministry leaders and lay people from our congregation in a 40 day prayer challenge. The point of the challenge is to help us get more in tune with God, and Gods will for us in the coming year. Now I was hella skeptical for a few reasons:... Continue Reading →
Earlier last weekI found myself scrolling the shade room and I saw this whole King Of RnB debate. RnB producer. Songwriter, and singer Tank, Said that The accusations against R. Kelly don't disqualify what he has accomplished. This is just one more thing that made me disgusted about the way black women are being treated.... Continue Reading →