In episode 8, Lakisha Bradley, owner of the My-T-By-Design Therapeutic Art Studio, shares how she introduces people to a safe space and pathway to using art to heal and express themselves.
In episode 7, Illustrator / Animator J’Aaron “Jae” Merchant on how she views and interacts with the world.
In episode 6, indie Black filmmaker and musician Mike Day shows us how to use bars and beats to feel … and heal.
In episode 5, 12-year-old Cydney Thomas shares her eclectic view of the world – a Black girl in a predominately white space, exploring art as her personal, and very necessary, outlet.
In episode 4, poet, writer and actress NaTosha DeVon shares how she uses story and exposure to stand in her truth & heal.
In episode 3, Brandon discusses how he used photography to cope when a medical issue put his mom in the hospital.
In episode 2, Blake shows us how he used the art of dance to connect and get in tune with his body, exploring his limitations.
Our series begins with Synetra’s story — a Black woman who has experienced great trauma in the past year of losing a young child.
Student organizations from the University of Arkansas hosted an anti-racism protest on the school’s Fayetteville campus on Mar. 13, 2021.
This powerful documentary, by Denzel Jenkins, describes the history of how Title IX evolved to where it is today and its impact on universities in the United States.
Fayetteville filmmaker Mike Day reflects and connects with other Black Arkansans in a moment of triumph: the impending removal of a Confederate statue from downtown Bentonville.
Our Arkansas Soul Video Intern J.T. Tarpley produced this powerful message from the tweets of…