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How can we harness the power of our own trauma histories...

My Journey


I write through the lens of witnessing violence in “safe” spaces, surviving sexual assault as a child, dating violence as a teenager and date rape as a young adult. When I reflect on my life’s path, I can identify several experiences where I’ve felt powerless. I can also recall ways in which I empowered myself and those around me.

How can my agency incorporate an intergenerational....

"Annika developed a unique culturally specific curriculum for Black teen girls that cultivate their leadership, survivorship and wellness to bring about deep, radical, and cultural solutions to ending violence. At her core, she believes that answers must come from survivors and she has committed to the empowerment of Black teens to lead the solutions. She teaches this curriculum weekly in Milwaukee high schools, training a new generation of anti-violence movement leaders." 

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Organizations we admire

Human Trafficking

Our mission is to disrupt any abusive activities and fight to empower our community with the proper tools for healing and achieving self wellness. 

Dr. Elaine Richardson

The title of this book is no metaphor or allusion, but a literal shorthand for a remarkable, unpredictable journey. She inherits a plain way of talking about horrific pain from a mother who seemed impossible to shock. The way too fast way she grew up was and is too common, but her will to remap her destiny is uncommon indeed. To call her story inspiring would be itself too plain a thing, hers is a heroic life." -dream Hampton, writer and filmmaker 

Jojopah Nsoroma

Wisdom Walk is a personal development resource for your mind-body and soul. Any pain that is not transformed will be transferred, and this cosmic truth informs and guides the essential goal of wisdom walking -- learning how to recognize and release any pain that is blocking fulfillment in life, or what can also be understood as having your 'happy endings' in life.

Lawanda Swan, Founder & Executive Director

The Swan Center is a Georgia-based nationally-serving 501(c)(3) that works to value the lived experiences and safety of Black folks. Through crisis intervention, community outreach, and innovative research, the Center seeks to build capacity for activism, cultural change, and survivor resiliency.

Human Trafficking

We strengthen families, restore the underprivileged people of society, and rebuild

communities. We are committed to advocating and raising awareness of social justice

issues by strategically creating social development programs to transform the lives

of those we serve and their environments.

Catina Cole

I'm an active advocate for BIPOC, Survivor, LGBTQ+ concerns. In our communities, generational trauma continue due to silence and mental health inequity. Stress related illness attacks our families because of our mental health. I am here for YOU to provide a supportive space where we can collaborate and set goals for ultimate health.

Annia Leonard

Personal and vicarious community experiences have raised Annia’s awareness of the importance of being spiritually balanced while holding space for healing to occur. Descriptions of Annia range from a community BUILDER to event coordinator. Wherever you find them you can be sure they are giving energy towards collective spaces where everyone feels comfortable expressing their wisdom.

Sumayya Coleman

Personal and vicarious community experiences have raised Annia’s awareness of the importance of being spiritually balanced while holding space for healing to occur. Descriptions of Annia range from a community BUILDER to event coordinator. Wherever you find them you can be sure they are giving energy towards collective spaces where everyone feels comfortable expressing their wisdom.

Connecting, inspiring, and uplifting Black families through liberated parenting.