About

Image description: Miss Jacqui, a young black woman with loose afro hair, wearing a nude tracksuit and red boots sits in her powered wheelchair against a backdrop of fresh lavender plants, greenery and hedges trimmed in a wave. She is looking up at the sky which is blue and sunny with both arms resting on her armrests.
Hover for detailed image description: Miss Jacqui sits in her powered wheelchair against a backdrop of fresh lavender plants, greenery and hedges trimmed in a wave.

Miss Jacqui is a Poet and Songwriter who knows a lot about working with the cards that you are dealt. Especially so because she is someone who always tries to challenge societal perceptions, like what it actually means to be a black woman with a disability.

A wheelchair user herself, Miss Jacqui wants her poetry and music to help her listeners see the world differently, and inspire others to feel confident in being themselves.

“When you are a minority in a minority in a minority, you have no choice but to stand out.” – Miss Jacqui

She is also a Spoken Word Artist, Songwriter, and Facilitator.

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