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"In 2007, I made a promise to my ancestors while standing in Les Maison des Esclaves (the House of Slaves) on Goree Island; off the coast of Dakar, Senegal; West Africa.
I could feel the spirits of my ancestors hovering over me -- as I stood in the same place where they were kept against their will -- after being stolen from their native land.
As my eyes welled with tears, I whispered a promise. I promised them that I would discover a way to tell their stories to their great, great, great, great, great-grandchildren -- to educate them about their triumphs and their struggles.
The Soultown Digital & Print Magazine is the manifestations of the promise.
The Sankofa Vow is the last word in each issue of The Soultown Magazine. Without fear or favor,
I share the most intimate thoughts from the perspective of an African-American female,
who is also a descendant of a slave.
It is comprised of contributing artists, writers, businesses, and amazing people who help to immortalize the stories of their communities to implore positive progress.
Join The Soultown community by subscribing, reading, sharing our positive stories.
~ Chillin da Conscious Poet
Click below for formThank you for your interest in featuring your graduate in The Soultown 2021 Graduates: Special Edition. Limited space is available. This commemorative booklet is on a first-come, first RESERVE basis and The Soultown welcomes graduates (Kinder - College - Graduate) of all ages and stages. All pages will be printed in full color. All GRAd PAGES are a full page. Upon receipt of payment, a proof will be sent via email and once approved, your graduate will secure their space in The Soultown's 2021 Graduates: Special Edition! Upon completion, a link will be sent for the custome