Jashua recently Hosted and contributed to a historic art exhibit titled "Where do We Go From Here?" which will be on display at the Cultural Council for Palm Beach County until December 12, 2020. It was a collaboration between visual artists and language artists to create a dialogue on how to move forward energetically from the increase of violence and turmoil being expressed in the world. Jashua partnered with the genius artist Anthony Burks, Sr. (, @ampburks) to create "Mirror Black," a visually stunning commentary about the inner world of melinated men. Jashua and Anthony were featured in the magazine Art&Culture, and the article (with Jashua's poem included) can be viewed online at: Art&Culture
There was also an article written up about the exhibit and the development behind it in the Palm Beach Daily News. Read it here: Palm Beach Daily News
The virtual opening event that Jashua hosted can be viewed here: Where Do We Go From Here


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Jashua has released 2 books, in the "I Am Maathematics" series: SHAPES and NUMBERS. Both books use vibrant images and engaging activities to stimulate the genius in readers. The series is to help young scholars develop number sense, and have a solid foundation in math concepts. Every community should have these books available for their young learners! Available in print and ebook.


Jashua has published 2 books of poetry, "Black Whole," and "If I Could Sing I Would Sing A Song for the Black Woman." Click the links below to order your print copy or get the ebook to start reading right now!

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Listen to the MIXTAPE!!!

Jashua has released his first hip hop project entitled "Ota Benga's Revenge." It's a soundtrack for Pan Afrakan liberation move meant. It's for the hip hop lovers who don't love how the industry has weaponized it against the community who created it, and the world at large.
Click here to listen to it now!
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"Mirror Black" by Anthony Burks
Author. Host. Poet. Percussionist. Healer. Educator. Event Producer.
Photo by Daniel Fortune.

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