Purchase New CD “Song of a Space Cadet” Today

I am so excited about the great feedback I’ve been getting about my new CD “Song of a Space Cadet”. I’ve been selling copies at recent shows and would love for you to purchase it today directly from my website here. Here are some tracks below from my new CD: Download today! If you are…

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After 13 Years, Kwanzaa Song Will Be on iTunes

Hello everybody! My Kwanzaa song, written and recorded the year when the little person in the photo below– my daughter– was born, turns 13 today. To commemorate its birthday, I made it available on CD Baby, with placement on iTunes, Amazon, etc. to follow. Thanks for downloading and sharing! DOWNLOAD NOW

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We Are Who We Have Been Waiting For

I am inviting you to this event HERE. You can  read below if you want background info. If you have been following me for a while, you know that community organizing is at the root of what I do and who I am. My creative work as a performer, writer and educator always involved energy…

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Home Concerts with Khadijah

This message is for all of my social homebodies. You know who you are. You like to socialize with your friends, but, you of that age now where you don’t necessarily want to socialize with them outside the confines of your own home. You like music, but, the idea of having to stand up at…

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The New Smithsonian African-American Museum– Is There a Problem?

Unless you’ve been living in a sound-proof room with no television, internet or other people to converse with, you have heard that the new Smithsonian African-American museum is now open to the public. Last month, the president and a whole host of famous people attended the opening, welcoming the new museum to the fold of…

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The Responsibility of Black People Regarding Police Brutality

I am very frustrated reading and listening to arguments that suggest Black people are responsible for curbing police brutality. I am of the mindset that eradicating police brutality is not something that will, can or should happen by the hands of Black people. There is nothing Black people need to do or can do that…

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