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In Her Shoes – Women of Color & the Stories We Share

“It’s in the reach of my arms, the span of my hips, the stride in my step, the curl of my lips. I’m a woman phenomenally. Phenomenal woman, that’s me. ” – Maya Angelou Creating a safe space for women of all races and backgrounds was what this event intended to do and it created a beautiful yet eye opening awareness for those in attendance and those who spoke. This was also a dedication and remembrance to the life of Many “Lee” Pho-Taing who lost her battle with cancer this past February. She was the owner of Little Delights Bakery in Downtown Lowell and we wanted to commemorate and honor her life, she would have loved this event! Ani Vong, Owner at Humanity Style and Masada Jones of the Kindred Project were our hosts and organizers. Together they created an event that filled our souls with an incredible amount of fervor and realized in all of us how far our hands reach and where we can go in life. I was incredibly privileged to be asked to …

Humanity Boutique

I have been wanting to do this blog post for a long time now, and I am so excited that I finally had the chance to do this. For several years a boutique in Downtown Lowell has had a special place in my heart and when I heard a new owner had taken over I had to meet her and I had to interview her. Because of this blog that I run I have had the opportunity to meet so many people and experience so many different aspects of everyday living. I want to give as much as I am given and more and I am just enormously proud of what this extremely intelligent and vivacious woman has done with Humanity and I hope you all enjoy the time I spent with her, the pictures we took and the conversation we had about all things Humanity! I was feeling super confident and carefree in these pictures below! Let me introduce to you Ani V. She is the owner of Humanity Boutique, funny, smart, outgoing, intelligent, …