The Secret is Out.

The first time I was called a nigger in a public environment was several years ago. An older white man called me a nigger at a high school football game. My youngest sister was a member of the dance team, and I was there to support her and see my old friends. He didn’t appreciate the laughter coming from our section. He was high up in the football stands and made a point to yell it to my group of friends. Everyone just fell quiet, and he sat down. I will never forget the feeling in my stomach. I am a victim of verbal racism.

Conversations with Creatives: ft. Eliki, Singer + Songwriter (Part II)

Special Guest: Singer + Songwriter @elikisol Listen to full episodes: I AM GAYIMA. A PODCAST. Wherever you listen to your favorite podcasts.

Conversations with Creatives: ft. Eliki, Singer + Songwriter (Part I)

Special Guest: Singer + Songwriter @elikisol Listen to full episodes: I AM GAYIMA. A PODCAST. Wherever you listen to your favorite podcasts.

I Am Gayima. A Podcast… is now on YouTube!

EXPECT I AM…GAYIMA. A PODCAST. TO PROVIDE INSIGHT AND HUMOR, THOUGHT-PROVOKING PERSPECTIVES FROM CONVERSATIONS WITH MY GUESTS.  I AM MOTIVATING DIALOGUE AND CONNECTION BETWEEN AFRICANS ON THE CONTINENT, AFRICAN DIASPORANS AND THOSE WHO WANT TO CONNECT ON A DEEPER, MEANINGFUL LEVEL.  ENJOY THE VISUAL ILLUSTRATION OF EACH EPISODE ON YOUTUBE.

Passport2Zuri: An African Safari (Part I)

In this episode, The Ladies of Passport2Zuri recount their African Safari in Arusha, Tanzania at the Tarangire National Park.  Interviewed by Singer/Songwriter Eliki, Greek-American after a vegan dinner in Brooklyn.  The ladies discussed their fears of traveling through the wild, their encounter with the African Elephant after experiencing car trouble. Laughter is guaranteed in this episode, part one of their African Safari experience.