Dontá Morrison Online
Welcome to the New Dontá Morrison Online
I have always been outspoken and passionate about life; one who asks questions that ruffle feathers and force people to think outside of the box. I believe that open dialogue is the best way to bring about positive change and welcome any conversation that stays true to that. I have successfully positioned myself to be a sought after speaker who tactfully educates about some very uncomfortable topics. My stance on sex, sexuality, and sexual orientation has raised eyebrows and challenged individuals to remove their blinders and deal with the issues head on.
I possess over 10 years of experience working within the field of HIV/AIDS education. I have presented on the subject from various platforms and thoroughly enjoy what I do. The impact made is always evident by the post workshop questions and responses I receive from those in attendance. I have been blessed with the opportunity to facilitate workshops to audiences from all walks of life. The topic of HIV/AIDS should not be limited to certain populations and needs to be addressed as broadly as possible.As a licensed minister I have vast insight on the functions and traditions of the Faith Based community. That familiarity has provided me the ability to present on HIV/AIDS and STDs in a way that many are unable. Many Faith based leaders have a desire to educate their congregants about the subject but have concerns on how the matter will be presented. My sensitive approach has been appreciated and applauded by the church; while at the same time providing much needed -and realistic- information to the members therein.
In addition, I have also worked closely with various community based organizations and developed strong ties within the field of HIV education and prevention. My diverse style has enabled me to facilitate HIV education workshops for the Tavis Smiley Leadership Institute, as well as inmates within Victorville Federal Prison. I can also be viewed giving commentary in the documentary "Faces of HIV" -produced by actor/director Bill Duke- that focuses on the plight of HIV within the black community.
Currently, I have two novels in circulation "The End of the Rainbow" and "Yesterday Clarified". Both are receiving positive accolades from readers for their honest and dramatic portrayal of a Black Gay couple dealing with issues that impact not only themselves but all who are in close association with them.
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