This Could Be You
Local poet, artist, and activist Ebony Isis Booth shares on the importance and struggle of living in your truth.
About the speaker
Ebony Isis Booth is a poet, writer, cultural strategist, and curator of vibes. She is founder of the African American multimedia showcase, Burque Noir, and Honeysuckle Creatives, a consultancy specializing in creative engagement strategies, project management, and event design with people of color in mind. Originally from New Jersey and a long time resident of Denver, Ebony resides in Albuquerque, New Mexico, with her niece, Alayah, and nephew, Cordae. Grinning & Bare is her first book of poetry.
Her debut collection, Grinning & Bare, sheds light on black feminism, racism and inequality, social justice, and self love.
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Be your own boss. Be unbossed and unbothered. — Ebony Isis Booth
You don’t have to live a life where you’re responding and reacting to other people’s toxicity. — Ebony Isis Booth
Your existence is a miracle in and of itself, and what you do with that is your choice. You get to call the shots. — Ebony Isis Booth