A Journey Unplanned
  • August 20, 2013
  • By: nayani

The journey we’ve taken in making this film was unplanned on our end. I never imagined the places our original short would take us and how far it would take us all (those involved in both its creation and its movement and its dialogue globally) – emotionally, mentally, spiritually, physically. I could never have predicted where it would take me both internally and externally, as a director and writer, whether I was “ready” or not. In the past 3 years, I’ve been to 4 regions, 7 countries, and over 15 cities. On each of those journeys, I’ve been inside and read more

we did it.

At 11:59 p.m. on Sunday March 17, we did it. With the help of the community, friends, family and essentially just people who support the movement, we were able to exceed our Indiegogo fundraising campaign of $15,000. That same Sunday night, I was lying in bed, browsing on my phone when I came across a Facebook posting stating that we had reached our goal. I remember being in utter shock. I knew that there were people who wanted to help out the cause, but I didn’t know that there were that many generous people out there. A little over a read more

Words from A Friend…

Your Secrets are Safe with Me: Creating Healthy Spaces for Disclosure and Revelation By Kemba King Health promotion is something that we can see on many newsstands, blogs, commercials and medically-inclined programming. We are told to sleep more, eat less, eat more vegetables, eat more meat, exercise more, meditate, etc.  Many of these ‘remedies’ are generalized and can fit into allopathic solutions to health. My personal work and work with survivours of various trauma starts with healing as the release of secrets. Many of us have seen depictions of stories wherein an adult has coerced a child to not speak read more