Kayla Henry is wielding the power of the pen through pure poetry. She is the author of the poem “Parrhesia,” which went viral last year, pointing fearlessly to the corrupt power of government and the top-down control surrounding COVID-19.
Sienna Mae Heath
Sienna Mae Heath is the host of the Leaving the Left for Liberty podcast.
Sienna was once a pessimistic liberal, but has now awakened as an optimistic independent. She’s living in between, part of the bridge generation trying to find unity and truth for us all. As the star and writer of the short documentary Real Unity produced by Free the People and screened at the Anthem Film Festival (FreedomFest) 2021, she welcomes her fellow Americans to share their journeys of political sovereignty #IDeclareMyFreedom.
Sienna is a member of the national depolarization organization Braver Angels. Her most recent pieces have been featured on The Kim Iversen Show, The Equiano Project, Medium’s Society, History, and Race pages, and The Independent’s “Conversations.” A world traveler with a home base in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, she knows how a profound connection with nature sparks healing. This flourishing growth writer is known as The Quarantined Gardener, leading the Lehigh Valley to victory gardens in 2020-21. Sienna has also created The Hero’s Journey worksheet for Turning Point LV to guide survivors of abuse in telling their stories and finding their personal liberty. Follow her on Medium, Instagram, and Twitter.
Charles Eisenstein is an author and speaker who is making waves in the face of medical control.
Jacqueline Claire is a painter, illustrator, and storyteller. The focus of her work is to empower audiences of all ages to develop a deeper connection to their spiritual reality.
David Johnson entered the public light after bravely exposing the critical race theory ideology being pushed at Hasbro.
Konstantin Kisin and Francis Foster host the TRIGGERnometry Show in London, England.
Jodi Shaw is blowing the whistle on the racially hostile environment at Smith College.
An inner child's cry for belonging in the face of labels like “repugnant” and “pure garbage.”