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Dar Airhart

Ms. Darneisha ‘Dar SoRadiant’ Airhart

 would most likely consider herself a Creative, Culture & Community advocate. In 2018 she served as a guest panelist for the Diversity in Media Panel at CALS CON in Little Rock, AR and as the Keynote speaker at the 1st annual Ladies of Excellence for motivated young ladies of the Future School.

Darneisha is an author, whose poetry chapbook:

 “Wild and Whirling Words” was published in 2014 and has been sold worldwide. Recently Dar contributed her short story: "Here Come the Cousins" to Writing Our Lives: A Southern  Storytellers Anthology 

also served as a feature writer for the Lincoln Echo in her monthly column 'Sojourning Truths"  and is currently working on stories to  be published for children's literature. 

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Ms. Airhart participated as a principal character in  Shakespeare's: The Twelfth Night at the University of Arkansas Fort Smith & FSLT's -The Man Who Came to Dinner; also using her acting skills in several short films.

 Co-founder of 'Duafe Forum' a Central Arkansas community events group that promoted wholistic health, vegetarian/ Vegan & cultural arts lifestyles.

 Ms. Airhart is a lifestyle Mentor/ Coach/minister; a Jazz lover and has  participated as a vocalist with regional bands such as Afrodesia, Otis Elevator and Symetry Acoustic Soul....

  J.California Cooper is noted as  Darneisha's favorite author and the biography of Frantz Fanon as one of her best reads.

Staying inspired watching HGTV, bible teaching, photography, visiting art galleries and reggae music.

She added to her writing business, Commissioned Poems when she  wrote her first commission for the John Cain Foundation of Little Rock, Ar,  as well as facilitating Lyrical Poetry: creative writing workshop 

for ages 11& up.

In 2020 Dar stepped out on faith,  and created a Cultural Awareness Outreach Charity Organization: 'Cultural Community Connection',

 offering youth the opportunity to learn about people groups of the African Diaspora 

thru Character Principles , language Arts, games and creativity while encouraging Confidence - Value of Literacy and --Inspiring Cultural Intellect; 

'CCC' began partnering with local Boys and Girls Clubs to bring children this innovative cultural program and looking forward to expanding the mind and soul and spirit of young people around the world.

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