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Feb 25th EVENT: Find Peace, Keep Peace

Feb 25th EVENT: Find Peace, Keep Peace

Lorenzo Diggins Jr. & Eniafe Isis Adewale

Reparations Club
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WHO & WHAT:  An IRL EVENT w/ editor & creative director of Find Peace. Keep Peace. Lorenzo Diggins Jr., and writer/contributor Ẹniafẹ Isis Adewale discussing the theme of Find Peace. Keep Peace.'s fourth issue, Legacy at Reparations Club.

WHEN: Saturday February 25th, 2023 @ 6:30pm PST

WHERE: In-Person at Rep Club — 3054 S. Victoria Ave Los Angeles, CA 90016 (vaccination + mask required)

COVID REQUIREMENTS: Proof of vaccination and face covering while indoors is required to attend in-person. No exceptions. 


HOW: Reserve a ticket from the drop down below:

• IRL Ticket w/ Issue Four of Find Peace, Keep PeaceGuaranteed entry w/ reserved signed book copy (choose 'Local Pickup' to waive shipping at checkout)


• Free IRL *Ticket Only*: IRL Event entry based on capacity. Limited signed copies may be available for purchase.

Please email us if you have any additional needs or accessibility concerns.


Lorenzo Diggins Jr. is a visual artist (photography & illustration), creative director, and art book publisher based out of South Central Los Angeles. If he’s not in pursuit of bringing his own creative endeavors to life, he is usually helping others actualize theirs. As a visual artist, Lorenzo is committed to using his work not only to tell the stories of his subjects but also to serve as an invitation for viewers to reflect and share their own stories. The common thread weaved throughout his work, is a deep value in fostering connection among people. Simply put, he loves using his work as a tool to create community.

In a line, Ẹniafẹ Isis Adewale would say that she is a woman breaking into herself. Born in Los Angeles and raised in Lake Elsinore, California, Ẹniafẹ also spent 13 years in New York City where she had the opportunity to hone her natural talents first as trained classical ballerina, and then as event producer. It wasn’t until her return to Los Angeles, in 2014, that she began to pour into and explore another talent, writing. Currently working to create harmony between her professional endeavors and creative callings, Ẹniafẹ is also deeply committed to curating for All Her Words, a journey-telling platform created to honor the voices of a fuller spectrum of women.


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