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#delilahcotv: KELSIWITHANEYE X Self Love Sunday Mixer

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Being a woman, we are consistently on the go, ya know – always focusing on our goals, knocking off our check lists, seeing what’s next and so on. While that’s great, a lot of times we forget to stop and celebrate ourselves and all that we have accomplished thus far. It is because of this, KELSIWITHANEYE launched her Self Love Sunday Mixer.

In this mixer, while mingling with one another, all in attendance not only celebrated themselves but also celebrated each other. This free-spirited women’s event was put together for the sole purpose of promoting self love. With activities such as vision board creating, sage rituals to cleanse auras, live paintings and performances, each woman left the event feeling recharged, empowered and more connected with themselves.

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Poet, Michael Phillips, Breaks Down in Front of Students at his Alma Mater

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Michael Phillips agreed to speak to students at his alma mater, Community Academy of Philadelphia, CS (CAP) about Black History and being Black in America. Little did he know, this would be an emotional full circle moment for him.

Phillips has been doing spoken word for quite a few years now. Although he’s performed around the East Coast, he mainly takes to his social media to speak about race and love issues in a poetic way. He speaks highly of a creative writing teacher at CAP, who is the sole purpose behind his love for poetry.

“Ms. Vázquez is the reason why I’ve been able to do what I love since high school. She really made me appreciate poetry as a creative outlet to release any and all pain I’ve felt internally. I’m thankful for her”

Michael Phillips with Ms. Vázquez

Phillips confidently went into various classrooms from grades 5-8, along with some high school classrooms to perform his spoken word pieces. It wasn’t until he entered Ms. Vázquez’s room, the very person who inspired him to do poetry in the first place, that he sort of – broke down. It was a full circle moment for him, in that he saw himself as a student who too once sat in those same seats, without a clue as to what it would mean being a Black man growing up in America after high school.

He hopes that through his words, he is able to inspire the minority community to come together and appreciate themselves from within. Phillips wants the youth to know they have the power to change the world, to start thinking about what they can do presently that can essentially positively impact future generations to come.

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