POC owned Business Spotlight: No Wahala Body
Meet the BH Team: Kevin Ross
“No Wahala” is Nigerian pidgin for no trouble or problems.
No Wahala Body is an Afrocentric movement group striving to dance away their problems. We want to encourage people to collectively create and share a safe space where we can dance in love and support of one another while healing our bodies from troubles and pains that settle in different places of our bodies, hearts and spirits. Release those troubles as you dance with us. No Wahala here O!
BH in HSU's The LumberJack by Skylar Gaven
KM Ross is a a local artist and Entrepreneur, working on the BH team as the Visual Arts Ambassador. He strives to bridge the gap between race relations in Humboldt County and is eager to do the work of BH loud and proud! Check out all things KM Ross at his Website; www.kmrossphotography.com & www.practicesuccessclothing.com
or social accounts; www.instagram.com/km.ross
Community Spotlight : Jovonne Dempster, MSW
Black Humboldt founders Dionna Fletcher and Mo Desir provided a safe space for women of color to join and have fun with each other. “Love Ya’ Self Queen” was an event that allowed guests to enjoy themselves as they took part in yoga practices, dancing lessons, hair care tips, essential oils, music and laughs Saturday night, Feb. 16.
Black Owned Business Spotlight: Dewy's Beauty Boutique
In attempts to highlight the lives and successes of Local Humboldt POC community, BH presents Community Spotlight. Tune in every month for a new community member!
Thursday Night Talk: The Race Beat ft Black Humboldt
Spotlight on Black Owned business, Dewy’s Beauty Boutique at 320 2nd St Eureka, CA 95501
Lorna Bryant invites Black Humboldt and Local Humboldt POC Artists for a chat about equality, equity and justice on her segment ‘Race Beat”.