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Introducing myself and my journal: Blue Honey Hive

About Me:
I am an Artivist and cultural worker born and raised in Jersey City, NJ recently returned back home by way of a six year stint in the Bay Area, CA focusing on the "neo" folklore of the African Diaspora. I am a dancer, vocalist, poet, producer and whatever else I need to be to survive as an artist and educator. I am a Medicine Woman Productions Member & Creator of the Mocha Loca web show, "providing simple solutions to hood problems with a back-slap or a prayer". I am a performer with the Ase Dance Theater Collective: spoken word, vocals & dance. Founding Co-director of the Bomberas de la Bahia, the Bay Area's first all women's Bomba ensemble and founding Director of "Cimarronaje", the first trans-national bomba dance theatre production and Executive Producer of the Bomba es Nuestra Project I & II. Associate Producer of the Masteros de la Bomba en la Bahia II. Founder & Artistic Director of the Bembe Collective promoting radical self-acceptance in all dancing bodies through Afro-Caribbean dance. Served as a consultant for Jacinta Vlach's Liberation Dance Theater piece, "Reggaetton" which was presented at Jacobs Pillow in 2010. Formerly a dancer with the Susana Arenas Afro-Cuban Dance Ensemble and actor & writer with the Oakland Improv Collective. I currently teach Afro-Caribbean dance to young people at various community organizations in the NY and NJ area. I have a self-published book of poetry called, "Eat Thorns; Grow Peacock Feathers" and you can visit my blog at http://cynthiarenta.blogspot.com/

My Passions:
Art, Spirituality & Justice

My Challenges:
Staying focused

My Vision for the Future:
A better world with more drums

My Areas of Expertise:
Afro-Caribbean folklore

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Dear friend It’s my pleasure

Dear friend
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larenta1's picture

Thank you so much!

Thank you so much!

Nakinti's picture

Bienvenue Dear!

Larenta u are welcome,
It is great pleasure to see wonderful women like you using the media to develop your dreams. You just landed in an interesting circle where women look out for women on a minute-to-minute basis. I hope u use your voice to impact society. Looking forward to your activities here on world pulse.
Welcome!

Lots of love,
Nakinti.........from Cameroon.

Nakinti B. Nofuru
2013 VOF Correspondent
Reporter for Global Press Institute
Bamenda - Cameroon
Email: nakinti@globalpressinstitute.org
nakintin@yahoo.com

larenta1's picture

Thank you Nankiti. I am

Thank you Nankiti. I am looking forward to connecting with folks. I recently was part of a project that was raising funds for women from Cameroon with a wonderful visual artist. here is the site in case you are interested

http://www.nyaphaga.com

Nusrat Ara's picture

Dear friend, Welcome to

Dear friend,

Welcome to PulseWire! You are now part of a thriving community of women from all parts of the world. See the PulseWire Getting Started Guide to learn more about networking in our community: http://www.worldpulse.com/pulsewire/about/guide

Please explore the site to meet the women and also find the groups of your interest.

I look forward to hearing your voice in the community!

In friendship,

Nusrat

larenta1's picture

Thank you.

Thank you.

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