https://videopress.com/v/nErUjsYD?preloadContent=metadata Following up from part 1 Rineya Umran Ka and I continue the wonderful conversation about being a Black British writer. In this episode we discuss aspects of trauma and how writing acts as a bridge between people, demographic and/or experiences. Parallel to this we speak on how Black literature often centres around traumatic experiences … Continue reading Black British Writing Pt2
https://videopress.com/v/ZxH0nXgK?preloadContent=metadata Learning to connect with Self can seem like an uphill battle at times, but it does not have to be this way. Join Kloveism and I as we explore the what "the work" looks and feels like, our personal journeys of self-acceptance, self-love and much much more. From meditating to mastery oracle cards, Klove … Continue reading Connecting With Self
I am happy to be in a position that allows me to have open dialogue with women who inspire me in various ways. The NPN space has provide me with the opportunity to finding our what makes successful and ambitious women of colour elevate, evolve and excel in all that they do. In this installment … Continue reading Peace, Positivity, and Purpose (feat. Mikel Ermine.)
Thank you for the times you held me up when others would walk past me. Thank you for lending me your war when I had nowhere to express myself. Thank you for holding my hand when I was too fearful to step out of my comfort zone. Thank you for those kind words that made … Continue reading Thank You
I've been lounging in my vulnerability. Planting roots into it. Making sure I settle into this soil that surrounds my soul. I save my tears for the days that they are truly needed. Not because I am trying to be strong, but because I have learnt to accept my feelings for what they are; even … Continue reading This Is What I Owe Myself
It is easy to forget yourself in the midst of everything that is happening around you and to you. It sometimes feels impossible to let everything be what is it. To let things settle on the earth and set new roots. To hear your thoughts. To exhale. It is when seasons change that we find … Continue reading Sunday Hymn For My Inner Child
Today I smiled. Woke up this morning facing a new direction. The rainfall cleared away a lot of my stagnant energy that I had weighing me down. A sense of revival washed over me when I opened my eyes. The droplets of heavens tears brought a newness into my space. This transformative shift is what … Continue reading Today I Smiled.
I am a woman, yes I am. Bold with integrity and full of dignity. My strides set a blaze the streets of this concrete jungle. This grey metropolis cannot overcast my vibrancy, nor can it taint my legitimacy as a Black woman. I laugh in the face of adversity as I have cried too many … Continue reading I am Woman