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Black w/ Plants: Erin Leigh Kiyoko Kobayashi and D’Real Graham on (Black w/) Plants, Health and Wellness

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January 2019–January 2020, Black with Plants will publish q and a on mental health + community building with botanists, college dropouts, horticulturalists, plant care specialists, natural hair experts, social justice advocates, sound therapists, etc. across the thirteen hardiness zones in the United States and African diaspora. Leigh Kiyoko: I noticed over the winter, you turned 32. Happy belated birthday! The last year you also made a major career change: You went from serving in managerial, Chairman and Board Member roles within the non-profit youth and education domain for over ten years into creating W/Plants, a botanical shop based in Union Market, DC.…

Black w/ Plants: Sexual Health Education with LaMar Thompson-Hightower

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January 2019–January 2020, Black with Plants will publish q and a on mental health + community building with botanists, college dropouts, horticulturalists, plant care specialists, natural hair experts, social justice advocates, sound therapists, etc. across the thirteen hardiness zones in the United States and African diaspora. What do you want readers to know about Sexual Health Education? Being a social worker? Or a creative project that you are working on? and the role of community building, and its impact on mental health?   Working at a health clinic, as a social worker, has its ups and downs. Being a macro social worker,…

Black w/ Plants: Lillith Plant Shop Q&A with Starsha Valentine

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January 2019–January 2020, Black with Plants will publish q and a on mental health + community building with botanists, college dropouts, horticulturalists, plant care specialists, natural hair experts, social justice advocates, sound therapists, etc. across the thirteen hardiness zones in the United States and African diaspora. What do you want readers to know about Lillith Plant Shop? Caring for plants? Or a creative project that you are working on? and the role of community building, and its impact on mental health?   Lillith Plant Shop was founded as a creative outlet for me and a way to share my love of plants…

Black w/ Plants: Black Men With Gardens Q&A with Nelson ZePequeno

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January 2019–January 2020, Black with Plants will publish q and a on mental health + community building with botanists, college dropouts, horticulturalists, plant care specialists, natural hair experts, social justice advocates, sound therapists, etc. across the thirteen hardiness zones in the United States and African diaspora. What do you want readers to know about Black Men With Gardens? Nelson? Or a creative project that you are working on? and the role of community building, and its impact on mental health?   Black Men With Gardens is about sharing a side of black men that nobody sees or believes exist, while challenging perceptions…

Black w/ Plants: Plant-based Medicine Q&A with April Rameé

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January 2019–January 2020, Black with Plants will publish q and a on mental health + community building with botanists, college dropouts, horticulturalists, plant care specialists, natural hair experts, social justice advocates, sound therapists, etc. across the thirteen hardiness zones in the United States and African diaspora. What do you want readers to know about Antler Alchemy? Plant-based medicine? Or a creative project that you are working on? and the role of community building, and its impact on mental health?   Antler Alchemy was created by April Rameé, a ceremonial herbalist enticing the senses to inspire your ancestors to come out to play.…

Black w/ Plants: Mindful Movement Q&A with Brialle Ringer

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January 2019–January 2020, Black with Plants will publish q and a on mental health + community building with botanists, college dropouts, horticulturalists, plant care specialists, natural hair experts, social justice advocates, sound therapists, etc. across the thirteen hardiness zones in the United States and African diaspora. What do you want readers to know about Mindful Movement? #StayinYourMagic? Or a creative project that you are working on? and the role of community building, and its impact on mental health?   Mindful movement is a practice of listening to your body and moving in ways that feel pleasurable. When I returned to my identity…

Black w/ Plants: Horticulture Q&A with Wambui Ippolito

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January 2019–January 2020, Black with Plants will publish q and a on mental health + community building with botanists, college dropouts, horticulturalists, plant care specialists, natural hair experts, social justice advocates, sound therapists, etc. across the thirteen hardiness zones in the United States and African diaspora. What do you want readers to know about horticulture? ecology? Or a creative project that you are working on? and the role of community building, and its impact on mental health?   Being near, learning about and working with plants heals. Mother Nature is the greatest healer. There is nothing as mind purifying as spending time…

Black w/ Plants: Sound Therapy Q&A with Devi Mambouka

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January 2019–January 2020, Black with Plants will publish q and a on mental health + community building with botanists, college dropouts, horticulturalists, plant care specialists, natural hair experts, social justice advocates, sound therapists, etc. across the thirteen hardiness zones in the United States and African diaspora. What do you want readers to know about sound therapy? Or a creative project that you are working on? and the role of community building, and its impact on mental health?   Sound therapy means to be able to create frequencies that nurtures a space where an individual has the opportunity to take inventory, of where…

Black w/ Plants: Botany Q&A with Derek Haynes

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January 2019–January 2020, Black with Plants will publish q and a on mental health + community building with botanists, college dropouts, horticulturalists, plant care specialists, natural hair experts, social justice advocates, sound therapists, etc. across the thirteen hardiness zones in the United States and African diaspora. What do you want readers to know about Botany? being a botanist in 2019? Or a creative project that you are working on? and the role of community building, and its impact on mental health?   Botany, or Plant Biology, is a field that I feel is often forgotten or disrespected. People often just assume that…