Yolanda Bradley Crocker

Yolanda Bradley Crocker is a reverse migrant to the South from the Midwest, Yolanda is a writer and self-styled archivist deeply rooted in exploring the paths of Black ancestral healing traditions, expansive kinships, spirituality, rituals, and our relationships to food, land and nature. She is devoted to honoring the steadfast threads that gather us regardless of time, space, or geography.

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Mayah Collins

Mayah S. Collins is a visionary leader, passionate storyteller, and the driving force behind Fruit of May — a dynamic lifestyle media company based in

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Meli Kimathi

Meli Kimathi labors at the intersections of race, gender, and culture to activate wisdom, words, and ways for community solidarity. Broadly interested in mental health

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Maria Tavarez

Maria Tavarez is a self-taught expressionist abstract artist pulling influences from Georgia O’KEEFE, Pablo Picasso, Frida Kahlo, and Paul Cézzane. Maria’s medium of choice is

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