Our goal is to energize and inspire with this year’s program that showcases badass women smashing stereotypes and breaking barriers. –Susan Sullivan, Founder & Director.
Iyanla means “great mother” in Yoruba.
One of the most beautiful things I’ve seen, is to watch a group of people practice Tai Chi at the beach . . .They move with such grace . . . It’s because they have set an intention to experience peace in community
In this combined issue we pay homage to both Black History Month in February and International Woman’s Day in March.
I needed to be healed, to be touched, to be in community, to hear, to listen, to learn, and to just be.
“Hello. I was in a deep depression with a plan to take my life but now I want to wake up tomorrow”.