A moment that was meant to scar me and make me feel inferiority’s binding weight is now a moment I get to redefine. Thank you this awesome gift, Richard Gold, founder of Pongo Poetry ! She will be at all my poetry workshops. Her names : Visibility Matters.
Happy New Year What are your writing goals for 2017?
“From These Roots Up is book of poetry that delivers with heart-wrenching honesty. Kiana Davis tells her story and the stories of so many others. Through powerful vignettes of what if feels like to grow up with the odds stacked against you and still become the success you always knew you would be, Davis invites others into her world of pain and triumph.” It’s a must read for young people and all others who need inspiration and hope!
— Yolanda Sealey-Ruiz, Associate Professor, Teachers College, Columbia University
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I am so honored to have been apart of this series. I learned so much from the audience and the discussion was honest, brave and healing.
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The comment from The Grio stopped my heart. It is so true and I understand the depths of its truth to my core. I would have been one of those black folks if I haven’t attended an HBCU and read everything I got my hands on. It is so appalling how these systems have robbed many of us the ability to see, love, hear, protect and feel. We are divided bodies trying to survive in a world hostile to our very existence.