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|| Wednesday: May 29: 2019 || ά. The Regine Humanics Foundation Ltd and The Humanion Team welcomes poet, playwright, community empowerment activist and a priest, besides being many other things, Ms Claudette Athea Douglas, who joins our Humanics family as the Communications Director of The Foundation and, at the same time, will take over the responsibility of an Editorial Section of The Humanion. ‘’Claudette is an inspirational being, full of soulful magic to just inspire people, connecting souls and bring the ecology of humanity into a living-breathing warm and moving thing. It is an honour to have her in our team, sharing our vision, dream and commitment to keep on working to bring together humanity and challenge dehumanisation and machinations, that keep on increasing their attacks on humanity on all fronts.’’ said, Mr Munayem Mayenin, the Chief Executive Officer of The Foundation and the Editor of The Humanion.

‘’It’s an honour to join The Humanion Team to keep on bringing humanity together to keep on celebrating and strengthening our very humanity. I look forward to do all I can to carry on the work of believing in something greater than the mundane. We must do more to celebrate and bring together humanity back to community, social, cultural and creative interactions. I look forward to begin working as part of the Team.’’ said Ms Claudette Douglas. Ms Douglas is the Founder and Artistic Director of the Holy Apostles Theatre Ministry, which is an urban mission, that brings the gospels to life by using intervention theatre, innovative interpretations and their reality roleplays ‘I am a believer get me out of here!’ to ‘take the message of love and redemption out of the confines of religiosity and bring the Spirit of humanity to a whole new audience’.

She is an ordained inter-denominational Minister with a strong passion and long history of campaigning for causes of social equality, justice and peace. Claudette works as a College Chaplain, Singer, Poet, Actor, Teacher, Drama in Education Specialist and community cohesion expert throughout the UK.

She is, also, the Manger for Glows in Tulse Hill, which is an affordable work space for creative entrepreneurs in Lambeth, South London. She runs her own social enterprise, called, Spirit First Creatives where she is both a social philanthropist and cultural activist, who is able to combine well-being, creativity, personal empowerment and spirituality to transform hundreds of lives through her regular preaching engagements and her decorating the spirit events, workshops, creativity boot camps and resources.

Claudette’s theatre work began in Jamaica where she migrated to as a teenager. Here she won numerous awards for speech, music and drama at the National Cultural Festival of Arts. She studied performing arts at Dinthhill Technical High, Self Theatre Company and The Jamaica Cultural Development Commission. She stared in Village Rooster for Ed Brims Lewis Production.

When she returned to the UK she trained at Harmony Music and Dramatic Arts London Studios with Eugene Thomson and went on to co-form La Compagnie Collective, where she produced Mixty Motions, Court of Jah and monthly community based showcases at The Dick Sheppard Théâtre in South London. As Artistic Director of Athea Hall Theatre Company she directed and appeared in many successful fringe theatre touring productions, such as, Bups, Hurricane Baby and the Award Winning 1888, which toured Nigeria in 1992.

As a playwright she has written Dear Pastor, Baby Father-where’s daddy, Our beautiful Launderette:Scarman Trust, The Wickedest Slam:Women’s Aide. Her films include Concrete Garden:Alrick Riley, Velma’s Drink up:Adrian Brown and 1888 , winner of Caribbean Critiques Circle Award:Don Buckner.

Claudette has written plays for touring youth theatre productions, including, Bam Bam, Ragggella, Romeo and Juliet in the hood and To lose this world. In 2016:17 she starred as Harriet Tubman in the new production, Voice of Black Folk. She is presently working on her first one woman show and publishing her debut poetry collection ‘Black Blessed and British’ which will be published in Spring 2019.:::ω.
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