Weaving Community: Meet the Shetroit Blog Team!

Meet the Shetroit Blog Team!

Detroit is in the spotlight with many eyes focused on it, wondering what it’s like to live, work and play in this richly complicated, intriguing and culturally diverse soup of a city – with all its offerings, both the challenges and the victories.

Shetroit’s bloggers are presenting a diverse showcase of women’s voices talking about their lives in Detroit. With honesty and authenticity they will regularly be sharing their experiences about this city through their unique lens.

As the primary caregivers, women manage their families and are the keepers of our society’s values; women are the nurturers and the peacemakers. We hope that the stories our bloggers share about these things will inspire you to visit Shetroit.com frequently.

We look forward to growing our blog team as well as the opportunity to hear from other woman as guest bloggers.
If you have an interest in contributing your voice please review our writers guidelines and if they resonant for you, contact us.

 

Meet our Shetroit Blog Team:

Motown Muslim

Ammerah Saidi’s life is a weave of her Muslin heritage, Detroit roots, and a commitment to guide others in their own transformation and development. Read her at Motown Muslim.

 

Get Lifted

Oyatunde Amakisi is an artist, activist and organizer, who has been creating programming that utilizes art to heal, educate, and empower communities for over 20 years. Read her at Get Lifted.

 

Diary of a Detroit Snob

Desiree Cooper is an award winning, Pulitzer Prize nominated journalist who specializes in telling the extraordinary stories of ordinary people. Read her at Diary of a Detroit Snob.

 

Divine Dessa-bility

Dessa Cosma champions, among many others, the perspectives of those with disabilities. She herself is a proud Little Person. Read her at Divine Dessa-bility.

 

 

Tales of Middle Journeys

Sylvia Rosales-Fike has founded organizations and crafted opportunities for lifting people out of poverty and welcoming immigrants and refugees to their new homeland for more than three decades. Read her at Tales of Middle Journeys.

 

Well Meaning White Woman

Becca Williams hopes that Shetroit will provide a way to use digital media where local women share their stories of overcoming adversity and personal traumas, to embrace their self-worth and heart-centered leadership. Read her at Well Meaning White Woman.

 

 

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