Black Joy is a Stride: How movement moves the message

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Greetings, Souls of Love and Light! My name is Chris Omni. I am affectionately known as “The Health Hippie”. It is my honor to invite you to an international conversation about Black Joy. Before we dive in, let me lay the foundation and answer the question – What is Black Joy?

Black Joy is a Statement 

Black Joy is a Stride

Black Joy is Permission 

Black Joy is Pride

Black Joy is a form of Resistance 

Black Joy is a form of Rest

Black Joy is anything you need it to be…

…because Black Joy is the best!

Now that you know what Black Joy is, let’s get ready to embark on a transformative conversation about what happens when that Black Joy is found in Green Spaces. Please join me, and five Black Queens and Kings, as we discuss the topic of “Slow Movements.” See you on September 15th*

*PS – This will also be a belated celebration of the National Black Joy Day! Yep! There is such a day, and it is honored on September 12th! Plus, should you happen to be in Tallahassee on Saturday 17th September, why not join Chris on a walk – more details here

Chris Omni is a doctoral candidate at Florida State University where she is researching Black Joy in Green Spaces through the methodologies of auto-ethnography, narrative inquiry, photo-elicitation, and nomadic inquiry. Most recently, Chris’s TEDx Talk, “Granny’s Garden: How to Grow Black Joy,” featured the first, public, poetic theorizing of Black Joy!

You can also download a copy of Chris’ poem Photosynthe-SIS: A Green Love letter to Black Women that was longlisted in the 2022 Urban Tree Festival writing competition.

Chris Omni

Chris Omni

I am affectionately known as the Eco-Health Hippie. Through my artistic ministry as an eco-spiritualist, TEDx speaker, healer, joy advocate, storyteller, artist, and Black womxn’s health researcher, I build upon my Master of Public Health degree and doct...

Tyrone Watson-Ferguson

Tyrone Watson-Ferguson

Just a man on a journey of self discovery and evolution. Born and raised in Kansas City, Missouri with a natural affinity to sports, architecture,and philosophy. Lover of God, family, people, and progress.

Andrea

Andrea

First and foremost, I am a believer of the Savior and His father. For 29 years, I've been the wife of a wonderful husband, son, father, brother, uncle, and friend. Two beautiful daughters and one granddaughter brighten my life and give me purpose. The y...

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Phelica

A Woman on a Mission to BE!

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Kantanka

Nature is my religion, and mountains are my favorite place of worship.

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Leonard Greene

I am a 56 year old Father of 2, Cancer survivor, Entrepreneur and ever hopeful Man who believes that it is our responsibility to make life better for all. I believe that we all have opportunities to pay it forward and the responsibility to use our talents ...

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