Gumbo YaYa: Black Womyn in Process

May 5, 2008 - Leave a Response

This video (in two parts) was created by and for a group of black womyn and allies committed to embodied, transformative, artistic production.   This process is taking place in New York City and in Durham North Carolina and in YOU!

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Art is for Movement

April 7, 2008 - Leave a Response

This video was made by Mama Nia of SpiritHouse to lift up the words of Mama Nayo Barbara Watkins.  If we believe that another world is possible we will remember how to risk it happening.

We B(e)lo(n)g: Women of Color and Online Feminism…In Person!

April 1, 2008 - Leave a Response

This is yet another brilliant film created by Sudy
may womyn of color and allies continue to find support and love each other, even in unlikely places!

SPEAK UP! Warrior Womyn Online

March 26, 2008 - Leave a Response

This AMAZING video was created by Lisa Factora-Borchers, one of the organizers of the SPEAK radical women of color blog collective and the organizer of the session “We B(e)lo(n)g: Women of Color and Online Feminism” at the Center for New Words Women Action and the Media Conference in March 2008.

Love is…

March 26, 2008 - Leave a Response

This is something that Southerners on New Ground had to show how they love people no matter who you are.

By Shannon Rogers

Shine

March 26, 2008 - Leave a Response

Choosing Sides is a SpiritHouse youth project at New Horizons School.
These young people have a lot to say. Are you listening?

“Diamond” was written and performed by emerging recording artist RAIN.

Nothing is Destroyed

March 26, 2008 - Leave a Response

Nayo Barbara Malcolm Watkins transitioned from the physical to the spiritual realm on January 20th 2008. Community artist, poet, educator, founder of the Mekye Center and leader of Alternate Roots, Mama Nayo’s love print is all over Durham North Carolina, the South and the world.

This video was created by Nia Wilson, poet, educator, cultural worker and director of SpiritHouse.

This rendition of “I’ll Fly Away” was voiced by Rachael Derello to honor and celebrate Mama Nayo’s journey home.

We miss her much.
“You already know all you need to know…its in your bones.”
Nayo Barbara Malcolm Watkins