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Sipping On Ink

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Sippin On Ink is an exploration into all things LGBTQ oriented. If you are a writer, artist, producer, musician, filmmaker, poet or actor then this is the show for you. We invite you to come on and tell the world what makes you unique as well as sharing the pathways you have traveled.

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e. Katrina Lewis is a self taught musician, entangled between two worlds of passion & prize, with influences dating as far back as King David. Living, breathing, & nurturing the thought, sound, & existence of every form of music... more

Be the Sun Again is the story of what happens when real love is absent in life and something else masquerades in its place. Told in a painful but resilient voice, Cicely's story will leave you wincing for understanding and wondering why love... more

Join me and author/LGBT community leader "Skyy" as we discuss writing, living and loving.

Join me in welcoming the founder of AutoFocus and Diversity in Parenting Calendar 2010, Alexandria Childs and Miya Binta. Join us in discussing their newest venture and how they contribute to the community at large.... more

New Year, New You? Join me and a panel of esteemed guests as we discuss 2009, year in review, and look forward to 2010. What will you leave behind in 2009? What will you carry forward in 2010? Growth, empowerment and change.

Natasha Miller is a 24-year-old, LGBT spoken word artist/slam poet, activist, community leader, writer, and an aspiring motivational speaker born and raised on the west side of Detroit Michigan. Natasha has been writing and... more

Our featured guest couldn't make it so we turned it into an open mic and discussed the issues of the day!

Monica Monet first resonated soul at the tender age of ten, when she performed at the historical Mt. Zion Methodist Church in her home town. She went on to independently pen her first album, So Sweet, produced by Reggie, AKA World... more

Wanting to escape was the easy part. Taking place in 1986 and 1998 and based on a true story, three poor, Black kids in rural Mississippi reap the consequences of their family's cycle of abuse, addiction, and violence. They independently... more

Renair Amin is no stranger to the arts. As an author, she has written for various print and on-line publications including Gay Black Female Magazine, SABLE Magazine and DEEP HUES e-zine. She has been featured on the Nghosi... more
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