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I’m Every Woman

Hosted by BRAWL, The Barber, and co-hosted by Racquel Johnson with DJ Excel on the ones and twos | August 24, 2018

Storytellers

  • 01. LADAWN BLACK

  • 02. ERRICKA BRIDGEFORD

  • 03. CANDANCE GREENE

  • 04. MARSHA JEWS

  • 05. DR. KAYE WHITEHEAD

  • 06. CHERISE IRONS

  • 07. BETTYE BLAIZE

  • 08. ADRIENNE WATSON CARVER

  • 09. DR. DESTINY-SIMONE RAMJOHN, PH.D.

  • 10. RACQUEL JOHNSON

About the Show

The Short Kuts Show: I’m Every Woman

Aug. 24th, 2018

Hosted by BRAWL, The Barber, with DJ Excel on the ones and twos

Inspired by the 1978 classic kut ‘I’m Every Woman’ by Chaka Khan, this debut edition of The Short Kuts Show live storytelling series — premiering, for the first time, at Reginald F. Lewis Museum in downtown Baltimore, Md, in 2018, and in support of the museum’s exhibit on African American women in American Pop Culture– ’Black Women: Images and Perceptions In Popular Culture’, gave a group of sistahs the mic allowing them to share stories of they were and are, like al African American women moving through these United States, extraordinary like “every woman”!

Featuring true stories from a group of ladies from diverse backgrounds and numbering a total of 12 including; Dr. Destiny-Simone Ramjohn, author Bettye Blaize, radio personality LaDawn Black, activist Erricka Bridgeford, author and minister Candance L. Greene, author, and professor, and radio personality Dr. Kaye Wise Whitehead, and others, sharing true stories about their lives and on being Black women and the unique experiences that make each woman both every woman and also extraordinary.

The Short Kuts Show Live Storytelling Series is produced by Fades & Fellowship.





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FAMILY:   As the pandemic persists, The Short Kuts Show Narrative Therapy Initiative ~&~ Live Storytelling Experience is also persisting in its efforts in creating individual and village uplift with storytelling coupled with therapeutic practices--“narrative therapy” (or “thairapy”, as The Short Kuts Show is a storytelling project inspired by/paying homage to the hair-chair therapists of the Black American barber/beauty shop--its barbers and stylists), as we call it--positively impacting the community. 

 

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