Celebrating Natural Phenomena: Ann Stokes & Welcome Hill Studios

For a weird moment when returning from the Guest House building at Welcome Hill to the Studio House, a few hundred yards away, I thought I heard a flurry of women’s laughter.   The sound emitted was enthralling but unnerving. Unnerving, because, to my knowledge, I was the only person on…

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New Moon: Effusive Determination For Planet Earth

Toxic footprints steeped in socialized fear, require radical strategies. Perhaps, for living in the shadows of unethical national leadership and more, that we reside at the frays of spiraling environmental disturbances. Nonetheless, I refuse to navigate the world feeling anxious, devalued or in perpetual search of rescuers. My work now,…

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“I rushed on with renovated hopes.”

In Toni Cade Bambara’s novel The Salt Eaters,  an elder black woman healer asks a  younger black woman if she’s sure she wants “to be healed” on returning to her community beleaguered by civil rights struggles and unsure really, whether she wants to live or move on. While the community is willing…

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“Eco-Mediations, Roots, & Radical Rejuvenation”

Pamela Booker presents her eco-project “Where’s Your Tree?,” which explores art, nature, and eco-mediations/interventions driven by historic environmental ruin of the planet and Black lives. Monday, Feb. 20, 7:15 p.m.-8:45 p.m.

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Wishing Sacred Generosity in the New Year Ahead!

Wishing you loads of self-love, self-care, & sacred generosity in the new year ahead. I’m on hiatus until the Jan. 27th New Moon! Until then, Stay green. Stay square. Pamela  

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Nature’s Crap for April New Moon

Manure and compost, Nature’s crap, not the human kind, nourishes and enriches our growth and that of the planet. Compost fuels plant growth, restores vitality to depleted soil and soul. Healing requires the introduction of truth and authentically “beneficial organisms” that ward off dis-ease. To be ready to heal, I’m…

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