My latest book, Accused, explores Sexual Assault on campus
Accused is real life fiction and follows the main characters as they deal with an incident involving sexual assaults on college campuses with one character being falsely accused of a crime. To learn more about Accused, click here.
Choices: Teen Suicide Prevention Videos
Our teen suicide prevention web series, Sources, was recently accepted into the LA Web Festival.
The series features middle school and high school students as well as young adults discussing how they've been impacted by suicide.To see all six episodes, please click here.
My book, Retaliation, explores girl fights & youth violence
Retaliation is real life fiction that follows a teen girl who is jumped by three girls that she doesn't know. The victim, Tashera, was an easy laid back person and didn't know why she'd been attacked. To learn more about Retaliation, click here.
- Sources Artwork completed…
- NAACP Awards Fruitvale Station
- Ellen Page of Juno fame says, “I Am Gay…”
- 5 Things You Should Be Saying To Yourself
- 5 Secrets To Having More Energy
- HowTo Get In The Mood For Writing
- Accused in the flesh — Paperback looks good…
- Obama knows why Accused is such an important book
- I’m on Instagram… Are you?
- Accused–the sequel to Retaliation available NOW
- Accused, the sequel to Retaliation is here!
- 5 Tools for Dealing With Bullying
I'm motivated to write and produce content that deals with serious issues in an
ENTERTAININGway because its important and ultimately, it may save a few lives.
Topics That Inspire My Writing & Films
AIDS alliance Better Habits bullying Can She Be Saved? courage disease documentary Domestic Violence education empowerment Every Corner girl fights goal setting gun violence HIV incarceration LGBT discrimination Lifestyle Change love motivational speaker music personal responsibility problem solving reader responsibility retaliation say it aint so self esteem sex sexual abuse shout outs suicide teen Teen Dating teen dating violence teen suicide They Call Me Dae violence World AIDS Day Yasmin Shiraz youth youth education youth empowerment youth violence