"My mission is to help young adults who are struggling in abusive relationships,
peer pressure, and lack of direction. I relate because when I was their age
I was overwhelmed with very negative influences in my life. I fortunately figured
out how to get through it and later created a one woman show designed
to teach young people that they have other choices and a life of endless possibilities.
I now do speaking, workshops, created other educational shows and I am the author of the book
"I Didn't Cry Stories": Dreaming Big in Harlem. My goal is to help educators
and parents with tools and strategies to provide young adults to live a fulfilling life."
I am so very grateful to all of the people who have supported my work all these years. And so grateful to God above all
for allowing me to use my gifts to help others.
My prayer for the world is that we all find love, understanding and become even more aware of God's greatness.
This book was hard to write but I felt it necessary to share more about the characters in the one-woman show I perform. One, because the audience always wanted more and two, because I agree that you can't say or do much in a one hour show.
Based on a true story, I DIDN’T CRY is a tale of a young girl, coming to grips with the untimely death of her older sister, Santa. 14-year-old Santa’s series of indiscreet choices lead her down a path that begins with love and pregnancy, dropping out of school, continues with drugs and abuse and ends tragically. This show will have students consider their own life choices carefully.
One Hour Performance
and a 15-30 Minutes Q&A Session Immediately After the Performance
(Grades 8th and Above)
WRITE 2 LIVE WORKSHOPS
Social Emotional Learning Success!
Skills learned are:
Your support and contributions will enable us to meet our goals to do our work in community groups such as the Boys and Girls Club, Churches, Domestic Violence Shelters, Homeless Shelters and more. Your generous donation will fund our mission.