Although I have been a performance artist for more than twenty years, I have yet to become a household name or limit myself to only performing for money or supporting myself as an artist. Like so many of my friends, I was lead to believe that paying dues ( no health insurance, money for basic… Read More »
Elisa Irish is a wonderful colleague who constantly grows and supports youth. We recently organized job fairs for seventy -five incarcerated youth. Our mutual love of community building ensures that youth and employers consistently interact and develop powerful relationships. Listen in as we discuss job hunting in the 21st century and what skills to develop… Read More »
Psst.. I have a secret to share. I’ve dabbled in Six Stupid Money Mistakes that kept me broke and courting homelessness. Money is scary, confusing and a topic most of us avoid and obsess about. Here’s my offer of hope and the belief that you can recreate your life despite disastrous money mistakes. Money makes us… Read More »
As the unwitting poster child for both racism and social change with the possibilty of what human beings are capable of, Alabama has an interesting history regarding race issues and social change.