One morning, God woke me bright and early to inform me of His purpose for my life. As I celebrated in excitement, I quickly realized how challenging the road ahead of me would be.
The journey to this point of my life has forced me to endure insurmountable growth. Yet, by grace, everything I learned prepared me to humbly teach others. Therefore, I am pleased to announce my nonprofit, Black Lotus!
Black Lotus is dedicated to enriching Pan-African people globally through education, financial literacy, health awareness, and arts. The disproportionate amount of opportunities that are available to Pan-African people is due to the illusion that we do not have the resources within our own community to build and maintain our civilization, independently. We have been conditioned to associate our progress with co-dependency, and thus based our own standards of success on someone else’s vision.
It is time we had a vision of our own. My goal is to cultivate a Pan-African society abundant in African literature, art, and culture, our culture – an integrated culture of Pan-African people internationally.