Denise Brown is the wife of Pastor Wallace Brown and the First Lady and Co-Pastor of Greater Vision Tabernacle Church in Randolph, Massachusetts. Her passion is ministering to women who are broken and hurting, and assisting them in achieving spiritual and emotional wholeness. Using no-nonsense candor, she is known and loved for KEEPING IT REAL, using creative illustrations and concepts to deliver her messages, celebrating womanhood, and inspiring women to fulfill the call that God has on their lives. A Christian woman of virtue, poise, and grace, Mrs. Brown is known for her love and wisdom, which she pours unreservedly into the women of Greater Vision Tabernacle Church. She oversees all of the programs and courses offered by the Women’s Ministry. Mrs. Brown holds degrees in Business Administration and Psychology.
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Although this is a painting of a depiction saying Black Lives Matter, in all reality all lives matter. This painting was created using oil, spray paint, watercolor and acrylic. It took two days to finish and is still in the drying process. For more paintings, scroll down the site or visit the Inner Sanctum Gallery located in Dudley Square Boston, Ma.
Published on Dec 10, 2015
I am an artist from Boston MA, heavily influenced by all genres of music. Of course, hip-hop/rap would be my favorite! I enjoy flowing over many types of beats from commercial style, southern, and who can forget, boom-bap. I had originally wrote this free verse to another 9th wonder beat, but stumbled across 9th wonders Dreams Insteumental and thought it flowed much better. The way the horns and the base in the instrumental hit swayed me to makes the Dreams instrumental stick, which ultimately produced this video you are watching here today! Hope you enjoy, please remember to like, comment, and subscribe for future releases! Also, here are some links bellow where you can stay up to date with my social media accounts, and other content from me as well!
Filmed by: Dayo –
This piece is called
“Pain No More”
Image will always be the first perception that will supersede most assumptions. As we assume, it tends to become part of the way we render our beliefs. In this society we based our beliefs on what we see and know to be tangible. For example we see a horse from a far, up-close it reveals as a Donkey. The old saying ”do not judge a book by its cover” only works when these beliefs are not presumed. We must open our minds to truly view what it is we are actually viewing. This is old news for society, as it is engineered on a biological level, overstimulated for control. The control not only leads to power but it is extremely profitable. Profit drives a force beyond anything man has ever created, one powerful enough to bend one’s perception. The societal perception of the “New Black”, the one group that will only fit in by standing out. The one group that everybody will profit off of but themselves. The one group that everyone will adopt, but will never want to become. A group that will always have a warped perception no matter how hard they try to change it. The past will continue to haunt and the future will continue to frighten, due to the premature cut-off from the promise land. The “New Black” lacks no intelligence, no resilience, no hardship, no empathy and further more. The only true flaw is the societal scapegoating it faces daily through images of manipulation. Images that have created detrimental effects that have ignited mass genocide among the group. A genocide that has only been highlighted for profit, but not necessarily for a solution to end it in its entirety. The only solutions have been strategical prison development, redlining, as well as media cash outs for a puppeteer. “The New Black” is not what you think it is, it was created this way, time to redefine!