Poetry has always been a second language for Anita. She has performed at local slam poetry and spoken word events. Now, the door is opening for her poetry in small groups and on stages around the United States where she has already shared the same mic with Micah Bournes and Amena Brown Owen. She travels to Chicago yearly to perform at Deeply Rooted, a women’s worship event in November. Her poems “Mary Go Round” and “Tears for the Motherland” clearly express Anita’s heart for justice for gender reconciliation and racial reconciliation. People who have seen her perform all attest to the same thing: she is unforgettable. Anita is also part of Ambassadors Alliance International, a passionate team of people who go into impoverished areas to assess their needs and provide help in the form of food, medical supplies, clothing, education, and job-training that will lead to self-sustainable change.
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