I am a courageous truth-telling creatress. An unapologetically proud Black queer femme feminist woman. Daughter of a single mother. Eldest of three sisters. Committed to the wellness, creativity and reproductive justice of women and girls of color.
www.TajaLindley.com

Founder of Colored Girls Hustle www.ColoredGirlsHustle.com

Raunchy. Ratchet. Righteous. Revolution.
The Colored Girls Hustle Hard Mixtape is juicy! Come take a bite tonight at our release event in Brooklyn: Black Women’s Blueprint 279 Empire Boulevard 7-9pm. I’m sure you’ll love the taste ;-) more events in Detroit & D.C. visit www.ColoredGirlsHustle.com for details

The Colored Girls Hustle Hard Mixtape is juicy! Come take a bite tonight at our release event in Brooklyn: Black Women’s Blueprint 279 Empire Boulevard 7-9pm. I’m sure you’ll love the taste ;-) more events in Detroit & D.C. visit www.ColoredGirlsHustle.com for details

We ain’t got time for games… except maybe Scrabble… Colored Girls Hustle Hard Mixtape drops Thursday for FREE.99 + 3 release events starting in Brooklyn tomorrow night. Join us 7-9p at Black Women’s Blueprint (279 Empire Boulevard) to hear the Mixtape before it’s released online. #SATwordsXigga

We ain’t got time for games… except maybe Scrabble… Colored Girls Hustle Hard Mixtape drops Thursday for FREE.99 + 3 release events starting in Brooklyn tomorrow night. Join us 7-9p at Black Women’s Blueprint (279 Empire Boulevard) to hear the Mixtape before it’s released online. #SATwordsXigga

Thank you to my family who came through to support my @cgirlshustle performance at @brooklynmuseum’s first Saturdays! They’re always in my corner! Love them so much <3

Thank you to my family who came through to support my @cgirlshustle performance at @brooklynmuseum’s first Saturdays! They’re always in my corner! Love them so much <3

What do you need to let go of? What needs to die so that you can live? What would you create, and who would you become, if you let go of that which no longer serves you?

Yesterday I did a public performance ritual of release, of letting go, of discarding, of shedding, and naming the shit we carry – individually and collectively – that keeps us stifled, stuck, afraid, disconnected, inauthentic and silent. Shit like greed, like mass consumption, like fear, like hate, like perfectionism, like doubt, like jealousy, like racism. Through the use of black plastic bags, baggage is personified and articulated with performance and site installation. This performance ritual is literally taking out the trash, bringing it to the street and making public and visible that which keeps us from being free… so that we can let it go and claim our freedom powerfully. *this performance is part of my intensive week programming at the Hemispheric Institute’s EMERGE program, facilitated by Ed Woodham from Art in Odd Places

#baglady #letitgo #aiop #publicart #performanceart #streetperformance #nyc #artivism #healing #ritual

What do you need to let go of? What needs to die so that you can live? What would you create, and who would you become, if you let go of that which no longer serves you?

Yesterday I did a public performance ritual of release, of letting go, of discarding, of shedding, and naming the shit we carry – individually and collectively – that keeps us stifled, stuck, afraid, disconnected, inauthentic and silent. Shit like greed, like mass consumption, like fear, like hate, like perfectionism, like doubt, like jealousy, like racism. Through the use of black plastic bags, baggage is personified and articulated with performance and site installation. This performance ritual is literally taking out the trash, bringing it to the street and making public and visible that which keeps us from being free… so that we can let it go and claim our freedom powerfully. *this performance is part of my intensive week programming at the Hemispheric Institute&#8217;s EMERGE program, facilitated by Ed Woodham from Art in Odd Places

#baglady #letitgo #aiop #publicart #performanceart #streetperformance #nyc #artivism #healing #ritual

What do you need to let go of? What needs to die so that you can live? What would you create, and who would you become, if you let go of that which no longer serves you?

Yesterday I did a public performance ritual of release, of letting go, of discarding, of shedding, and naming the shit we carry – individually and collectively – that keeps us stifled, stuck, afraid, disconnected, inauthentic and silent. Shit like greed, like mass consumption, like fear, like hate, like perfectionism, like doubt, like jealousy, like racism. Through the use of black plastic bags, baggage is personified and articulated with performance and site installation. This performance ritual is literally taking out the trash, bringing it to the street and making public and visible that which keeps us from being free… so that we can let it go and claim our freedom powerfully. *this performance is part of my intensive week programming at the Hemispheric Institute’s EMERGE program, facilitated by Ed Woodham from Art in Odd Places

#baglady #letitgo #aiop #publicart #performanceart #streetperformance #nyc #artivism #healing #ritual

Family come join us for the 1st Inaugural event of BeatBox Botanicals, Harriet’s Apothecary, a village of Black Women, Queer and trans healers coming together to nurture and cultivate your body’s intuitive wisdom. Come receive sliding scale, body affirming, love-drenched potions, prescriptions, and customized services to restore and expand your body’s abilities to heal and to love.

12pm-7pm

Black Women’s Blueprint

279 Empire Boulevard

Brooklyn, NY
RSVP email beatboxbotanicals@gmail.com

Check the Facebook event page for updates.

The intention of Harriet’s Apothecary is to continue the rich healing legacy of Harriet Tubman. We intend to expand access to health and healing resources that support POC Women, Queer and Trans folks in their healing journeys and connect individuals and communities to accessible self and community based resources that are rooted in the wisdom of our bodies, our ancestors and our plant families.

This is an intentional space for self-identified POC/Indigenous/Mixed race Women, Queer and Trans folk and the allies that love them.


HEALERS INCLUDE::
Adaku Utah 
Beatrice Anderson
Jasmine Burems 
Naima Penniman 
Taja Lindley 
Sherley Accime 
Dimitrea Tokumbo 
Che Rene Long 
Sokhna Mabin
Tonya Abernathy
Khane Khutzwell
& MORE

HEALING OFFERINGS INCLUDE::
Herbalism 
Thai Yoga Massage 
Reiki 
Nutritional Counseling 
Somatics Healing 
Sacred Divination Face Painting 
Healing Haircutz
Mindfulness meditation 
Acupuncture
&MORE