Afro Bo Peep is an educator, writer, social media activist, and poet from Philadelphia, PA. November 9, 2016, she added shepherd and “server of tea” to her list of duties in the hope that through her voice she can help others see a truth they ignore. To quote her role model, Ida B. Wells-Barnett, “The people must know before they can act…The appetite grows for what it feeds on…The way to right wrongs is to turn the light of truth upon them.”

Madame Psychosis is the transmigration of exclusionary feminism into Third Wave Intersectional Feminism. She chooses proper nouns at-will, and based on merit.

Olivia Trimble spends her days dreaming of ways to improve the urban landscape through hand painted signs and colorful works of public art. Some of her favorite pieces are bold, positive messages and calls to action. She will probably always have rough hands with paint under her nails. Jenny Holzer is her spirit animal.  Olivia curates She the People’s gallery of women in art under the guise of Clio le Faye.

Visit Olivia on Instagram @sleetcitywoman