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Sankofic Journey creates quality and factual black history children’s books, a source of authentic African made products such as jewelry, wallets, coin purses, socks and more. We also have a selection of un-cut body perfume and cologne oils and programs geared towards enhancing the quality black lives.
Director of the Fine Arts Center at Colorado College | I believe that it's only through education that the world becomes better. It is how we can become better stewards of the world and of each other.
Keena Day is an author, poet and freelance writer. She was a freelance writer for several media outlets in Nashville including The Tennessee Tribune. Keena also has contributed to radio shows and podcasts in Nashville and Detroit. She is the author of AFROdisiacs and The Colors of My Boudoir.
We are event and wedding planners and have our own decoration rentals. We assist with designing and executing the vision, for those special life events worth celebrating, which will leave a lasting impression for both the client and their guests.
Come and learn salsa and bachata with one of the best at RastaSalsa Dance. Whether your focus is meeting people, finding an energetic way to move, or just to have fun, you can find it here!
. I want to make a statement with my artwork in a way people can see and feel; artwork that's blatant and in your face. When it comes to doing business with other people, my main thing is helping other people to heal.
Kailani Dobson is a local installation artist with a background in movement-based works and a love for film and textiles. She is passionate about making dance more accessible by taking performances off the stage and exclusively performing in galleries and public spaces.
Ralph McCoy of PHF Design is a freelance Graphic Designer and photographer that has an extreme passion for helping small business brand themselves. It all started back in 2006 when he design his first logo for a billiards company. The idea of desiging something from notes taking from client and a blanks sheet of paper. I felt designing was something new and exciting, it gave me chills, those chills soon would turn into my passion! Natively from Kansas City, Mo , he now lives in Fountian, Co. Networking and attending MBC events has allow him to connect with small business and grow his business even more!
At the age of 8 my son wanted to learn how to flip. After researching some we came across Capoeira. After 6 months of training it was time for Batizado or ranking ceremony. Seeing the the beautiful movements performed at a higher level inspired me to join as well. During my 12 years training I was introduced to Samba and other wonderful dances of the Afro Brazilian culture. Intrigued by the quick step, hip movement and percussions, I was hooked.
Theo Wilson is a founding member of the Denver Slam Nuba team, who won the National Poetry Slam in 2011. He began his speaking career in the N.A.A.C.P. at the age of 15 and has always had a passion for social justice.
Stephanie James, also known as “Just A Vessel,” is a poet, singer, speaker, and event host. Originally from Colorado Springs, CO, she graduated from Sierra High School and was inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame in 2015.
A social-justice advocate and with her own TED Talk to boot, Mikahn is a triple threat diving headfirst into the community, utilizing her artistry to propel her sanctified mission.