DuEwa features on the The 30 Minute Hour podcast titled "How to Move Closer to Your Dream" hosted by Eric M. Twiggs, Ted Fells, and Britton Smith. On this segment, DuEwa discuses her latest children's book Alice's Musical Debut, the inspiration behind her January 2019 TEDx Talk "Word is Bond," and her reflection on networking and making the most out of chance meetings. Listen to "How to Move Closer to your Dream" interview with DuEwa Frazier, available at Cast Box FM and App
Alice's Musical Debut by DuEwa Frazier Illustrated by Nadia Salas (Lit Noire Publishing Children) is a historical fiction picture book for young readers! The story reimagines one day in the early childhood of notable jazz pianist, harpist, and organist Alice Coltrane (wife of jazz great John Coltrane). DuEwa is excited to share this story with young readers, parents, educators, and children's book lovers! DuEwa's first event for the book will be held at Subterranean Books o
DuEwa is the Keynote Speaker for The National Sorority of Phi Delta Kappa, Inc. (NSPDK) 96th Anniversary Conclave Conference on Education and Cultural Relevancy in July. DuEwa will address educators on topics such as: culturally responsive education, literacy engagement, and 21st century learning skills. #DuEwaFrazier #Speakers #Education #CulturalRelevancy #K12education #literacyengagement #classroominstruction #PhiDeltaKappa #96thAnniversaryConclave #KeynoteSpeaker #Profes
On Friday, January 18, 2019 DuEwa Frazier was a featured speaker at the TEDx Ritenour Road event. The event which also featured five other speakers, focused on the theme of "Speak Up". DuEwa gave a talk titled "Word is Bond" to discuss how teachers can use positive hip hop to teach social justice for K-12 students. DuEwa's talk included references to hip hop pioneer KRS-One, Kendrick Lamar the first rapper to win, a Pulitzer Prize, and Tupac Shakur. The TEDx Ritenour Road
On Friday, November 9th DuEwa facilitated an all day professional development workshop titled "Teaching Struggling Readers." Twenty teachers were in attendance in Jefferson City for a day of professional learning and collaboration. DuEwa shared strategies for introducing grades 6-12 students to high interest texts on a variety of themes. DuEwa discussed how to help student make connections to the text, and express themselves in writing. During the segment on Teaching Info
TEDx Ritenour Road (St. Louis)
7 Speakers giving talks on the theme of SPEAK UP!
2 Sessions: Dissolving Stigma and Raising Awareness
Featuring Writer & Educator, DuEwa Frazier, MEd., M.F.A., Ed.M.
DuEwa will discuss Hip Hop, Social Justice & Education.
Join us for an evening of ideas worth spreading!
Friday, January 18, 2019
Ritenour Auditorium @ Ritenour High School
9100 St. Charles Rock Rd.
St. Louis, MO 63114
I last saw Dr. Ntozake Shange on the night of her reading event which I organized, in St. Louis, at the Missouri History Museum on April 25, 2017. It had been awhile since Dr. Shange visited St. Louis. Friends, family, and the community were eager to see her. I was privileged to stay with her on the first night of her visit to assist her and be in her company. I was excited to witness the kindness, beautiful spirit, humor, and art of a woman artist I had long admired – up cl
DuEwa features at the Old Webster Jazz & Blues Festival on Saturday, September 15, 2018 3pm. Join us for an afternoon of PO'JAZZ - poetry and jazz! Also featuring musician Raven Wolf and poet Katy Friedman Miller. Venue: McCaughen & Burr Fine Arts Gallery 117 W Lockwood Ave. St. Louis, MO 63119 #spokenword #music #OldWebsterJazzandBluesFestival #DuEwaFrazier #DuEwa #Womenwriters #poets #Pojazz #artists #StLouis #performances #communityevents
DuEwa features at 100 Thousand Poets & Musicians for Change – St. Louis
Produced by Susan "Spit-Fire" Lively
Saturday, Sept. 29th
4:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.
2600 N. 14th Street
St. Louis, Mo.
Open to Public
Recorded by Stanford University
Join us Saturday, Sept. 29th from 4:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m. for the 8th Annual in
The June mega-event will feature music, poetry, and spoken word; including performances by Lightning, Nostylgic Linez, Pamela Garvey, Allison Cundiff, Fifth Degree, Dani Skye, Bell Darris, Joss Barton, Nailah, and Ellen Cook. There will also be a live performance from Special Guest DuEwa Frazier. Lively produces and hosts the show, and 100% of proceeds will benefit the wonderful and enriching programs at UrbArts (www.urbarts.org ). Hope to see you there! ♥ Women for Peace