High Entertainment Value
with Deep Social Impact

We combine high entertainment value with deep social impact.

Through storytelling, we cultivate and invest in talented individuals in diverse communities.

The Cell

Monologue show capturing the pain, anguish, humor, enlightenment, creativity and transformative power that exists in prison.

Shaka Tour

Combines Shaka’s inspirational live talk with powerful stories from at risk youth and returning citizens in local communities.

What's good in the hood

Digital and TV series hosted by Shaka Senghor and his crew taking a real look at the people and places in some of the best and most misunderstood cities in America.

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Shaka Senghor

Shaka Senghor is a leading voice in criminal justice reform and a Senior Fellow with the Dream Corps. His memoir, Writing My Wrongs: Life, Death and Redemption in an American Prison, was released in March 2016 and debuted on The New York Times Best Seller List as well as The Washington Post Best Seller List. An unforgettable tale of forgiveness and second chances, Writing My Wrongs reminds us that our worst deeds don't define who we are or what we can contribute to the world. Shaka’s story has inspired thousands and serves as a powerful testament to the power of hope, compassion and unconditional love.

At the age of 19, Shaka Senghor went to prison fuming with anger and despair. Senghor was a drug dealer in Detroit, and one night, he shot and killed a man who showed up on his doorstep. While serving his sentence for second-degree murder, Senghor discovered redemption and responsibility through literature.

Upon his release at the age of 38, Senghor reached out to young men following his same troubled path, and published Live in Peace as part of an outreach program bringing hope to kids in Detroit and across the Midwest. His activism attracted the attention of the MIT Media Lab, and as a Director’s Fellow, Senghor has collaborated on imagining creative solutions for the problems plaguing distressed communities. His memoir, Writing My Wrongs, was published in 2013.

Shaka Senghor