Where is your village? Where
“This was the downside of telling friends everything: it meant they knew everything” -Wahala, Nikki May-
Author and teacher Charlotte L. Taylor sits down with Crowned ReRe and speaks about her first book of a series “Broken Twigs: Farewell to Faerie…
Crowned ReRe converse with Wendy Marqueine about the series “Genius and Friends” brand, the importance of teaching morals to little kids. The two ladies also speak on self-care, self-awareness and Wendy shares her crown moment.
”I do forgive you,” Mrs. Donald said. ”From the day I found out who you all was, I asked God to take care of y’all, and He has.” (New York Times)
Christine Aldrich is an author, community college educational leader, certified trainer, and change agent. She has been a strong advocate of empowering people for the last decade by helping them to find their best self.
Plainly, if we don’t do, we don’t fail, we stay in our comfort zone and we don’t grow.
“How do you create your safe space”
“Nefertiti Wolf” she was mostly raised in Jacksonville, Ms. Wolf decided to attend University North Florida (UNF) with the mission of becoming a Criminal Defense Attorney but she fell in love with African American culture. Nefertit Wolf began to learn about Black people and realized there was so much she did not know . Ms. Wolf was inspired to write and tell stories that she hopes to educate other people of color. This starts with her first published book “Traveling The Underground Railroad”
“I would say to women specifically, You are dope even on your worst day. Know this. The best gift you can give yourself is to validate your own self-worth.
I’ve had to grow into that and wasted so much time on believing the negative inner speak, allowing space for the imposter syndrome or giving energy to those who don’t serve me. Know there is one you and to cherish your unique contribution to this universe. That is my testimony.”