Travelogue Archive

Posted in Resources, Transnat'l Feminism/Solidarity with tags , , , , , , on December 20, 2012 by skyeviewtraveler

A Decade of Travel Blogging!

This website contain Skyeview travelogues from 2007 – 2014.





Skyeview: “Moving Into Stillness” exhibit

Posted in Culture, Events, Gallery on October 22, 2014 by skyeviewtraveler

New works by Amana Brembry Johnson.
I feel like I went to church! Viewing AJ’s sculptures is akin to receiving a laying on of hands–one is TOUCHED and MOVED.

Sistahs of the Drum Reunion Concert

Posted in Culture, Events, Gallery on October 22, 2014 by skyeviewtraveler

For Prayers, Pride, Power and Love
Montclair Women’s Cultural Arts Center
Oakland, CA
October 5, 2014


Skyeview: Rome, Italy

Posted in Culture, Gallery, Travelogues on April 22, 2013 by skyeviewtraveler

Photo gallery



Joyce Gordon Gallery 10 Year Anniversary Celebration

Posted in Culture, Events, For Fun, Transnat'l Feminism/Solidarity on April 2, 2013 by skyeviewtraveler


Joyce Gordon Gallery
406-14th Street
Oakland, CA

Skyeview: 4th Annual Berkeley Wine Festival

Posted in Uncategorized on April 2, 2013 by skyeviewtraveler

I enjoyed a nice staycation at the Claremont with my sisters and nieces who trekked from SoCal.

The 4th Annual Berkeley Wine Festival opening reception on March 16, 2013 featured over 100 wines, 45 wineries and 1300 attendees. The Ward Women enjoyed an afternoon being pampered in the spa prior to the evening reception. I highly recommend reserving a room if you attend next year’s festival.


University Press Books Berkeley Welcomes Skye Ward

Posted in Culture, Gallery on April 2, 2013 by skyeviewtraveler


University Press Books Author Event
Berkeley, CA
March 13, 2013

Camp Skye Presents Filmmaker Shakti Butler

Posted in Culture, Transnat'l Feminism/Solidarity on January 29, 2013 by skyeviewtraveler

On Sunday January 27th in Oakland, CA Camp Skye  featured filmmaker Shakti Butler and a screening of her latest video Cracking the Codes:The System of Racial Inequity.  The video illuminates the institutional and structural aspects of inequity.

Video trailer


Shakti Butler, PhD, filmmaker and Founder & Creative Director of World Trust, is a dynamic educator in the field of racial equity.  Dr. Butler engages her audience with participatory keynotes and seminars, often using clips from her films. She is frequently hired by organizations seeking a catalyst for change.

Dr. Shakti Butler is a multiracial African-American woman (African, Arawak Indian, and Russian-Jewish) whose work as a creative and visionary bridge builder has challenged and inspired learning for over two decades. She is the producer and director of groundbreaking documentaries including The Way Home, Mirrors of Privilege: Making Whiteness Visible,and Light in the Shadows.  Her latest film Cracking the Codes: The System of Racial Inequity uses story, theater and music to illuminate the larger frame of structural/systemic racial inequity.