Childhood memory of community family Juneteenth celebration in 1955 on Roanoke Island.
Freedom starts inside and spreads outward and begins with peace of mind. Music unlocks the door!
I pray to be humble & kind on Pandemic May Day 2020. The world is in a tizzy but I don’t have that luxury.
Indigenous embroidery tips, tricks and traps.
We can rise up from the charred cinders of our brokenness by transforming our hands to be creative.
Indigenous textiles as a vehicle to jump start creativity to facilitate self-healing.
The 411 on accessing Marks of Resistance: Indigenous Embroidery as an online class.
Overview of Marks of Resistance online class and the Seed 2 Runway Project.
Learning to walk on sunshine after coming out of Bald Cypress – My Journey From Depression 2 A Miracle!
Strategies for healing a broken heart through indigenous textile practices.