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Meet the Founder

SU-PERB stands for Spiritually Urbane, Purposefully Enamored, and Rooted in Balance. SU-PERB came to me as a result of wanting to highlight positive visuals that attribute to the Black experience. 2020 was a heck of a year, though Black people have been experiencing injustices long before then. I wanted to create art and share resources that could uplift my community.

As a Doctoral student studying Law and Policy, who is passionate about social justice and advocating for my community, my goal is to provide a safe space  for healing from generational traumas through my art. I aspire to provide some resources for people who may be experiencing mental health issues, and  difficulties from systemic racism.

I believe my purpose is to be a healer, and comforter of others. I am spiritually aligned and have a deep connection to God and my African roots, and energies from my ancestors. 

For years, I have served as a useful source to those seeking inspiration, help, or advice. I finally decided to own that role and be intentional about it. I started writing about my passions, my thoughts, and curious wonderings about our world, and creating art.


I founded SU-PERB with a mission to give others a taste of African heritage and knowledge, Black joy, and Black love, and to highlight Black mental health. Take some time to explore the blog, read something interesting, shop, and feel free to reach out if you would like to collaborate on a project together!

Love, Peace and Blessings,

Rochelle Higgins

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