We're back again! It's our 12th episode of I Said Chyyy... and we got a treat for you all! On this episode we talked all things, Afrikan, all things vintage, all things people, all things love, and all things Gracie Berry! Gracie is a trained therapist from Philly and now residing in Lancaster who marries her love for helping people with her art as a dancer, an artisan through her company GirlRilla Vintage, and a truly dope soul. We talked about everything from African spirituality to how her upbringing with abuse and trauma actually led her to love. You WILL be inspired. Learn more about Gracie on Instagram: @GirlRillaVintage; by visiting her on ETSY and buying her thangs; LIKE HER ON FACEBOOK; or email her at: firstname.lastname@example.org. If you're interested in learning more about anything, reach out to: email@example.com. Take a listen above or download and subscribe on iTunes, Google Play, and SoundCloud (search: I Said Chyyy).
@DennisMaurice started I Said Chyyy as the first program of RAHA Community Investment Collaborative, a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization dedicated to the economic development, emotional & vocational support, and legacy of social justice leaders, movements, and disinvested communities throughout the U.S. you can learn more at: www.InvestInRAHA.org! Listen now! Images on the right represent some of the topics we discussed. Enjoy!
We are not here for the fake, phony, or delusional. We are here to empower minds, have fun, and activate our leadership as empowered people. I Said Chyyy is made possible by black people with content centered on a complimenting lens. However, ALL are welcome to enjoy and add to the splendor. Love is the work and we don't play games about it.