The First Four. Inspired By True Events
Black literacy has been in bondage since slavery. In particular, the education of black women in nursing, medicine and community service. With deep running roots, the structures of inequities in education continue to plaque people of color.
This docu-drama presents a candid conversation about history, culture and their invaluable connection to nursing science. Taking a page out of the 1900's educational movement in Chicago, Illinois, the film gives a cinematic lecture about four women and their quest to become a nurse... and why it was important for future generations.
Follow us as we share the story of these extraordinary women in 2024.
I am looking forward to all of the upcoming events, films and panel discussions that have been carefully curated to raise the consciousness of nursing science and how our stories are instrumental in bridging gaps in health inequities. Contact me for your next strategy or initiative.
A Curator of Equitable Media
As a grassroots historian and world traveler, my lived experience has been invaluable to my voice as a story-teller and producer of film. In addition, it has allowed for the formation of a diverse palette of relationships, scholarships and fellowships. I am delighted to share my 22-years of United States Naval experience, nursing education and founder executive intuitiveness with all of my partners.
Who I Have Partnered With
THE UNDERGROUND RAILROAD
NETWORK TO FREEDOM
In 1998, legislation titled the National Underground Railroad Network to Freedom Act of 1998 was passed, creating the Network to Freedom program. This program honors, preserves and promotes the history of resistance to enslavement through escape and flight, which continues to inspire people worldwide.
The underground railroad program has over 700 sites designated by the U.S.National Park Service. As a committed leader to equity, cultural competence and generational education, I have set out on a journey to conquer them all.