Mo'Kha Uzuri is an artist who uses many mediums to color her canvass. She delicately balances the titles of author, poet, vocalist , spoken word artist, teacher, and motivational speaker with boldness and grace.
In her debut collection of poetry and prose, Rainbows and r(E)volution, she conveys stories of her soul journey with humbleness, wit and style. She courageously addresses topics such as depression, sexual addiction, self loathing, violence and suicide with the unflinching realism that comes from intimate, personal knowledge.
Sheryl endured a life of pain and heartache. But after a near fatal beating, she made the choice to break a generational curse and choose herself. Anna has survived some tumultuous times as well but has committed her life to rescuing others from a fate she barely escaped. This is a heartwarming tale of two women supporting each other while their broken wings mend.