LaShonda Cooks

LaShonda Cooks is a Dallas-based artist and writer who loves exploring cultural norms, identity and beauty through words and images. Her work has been featured in the Hollister Gallery at Babson College, Babson Magazine, Martin Luther King DART Bus Stop, 500X Gallery, MUCE Miami Campus, ArtCon, 500X Gallery and the African American Museum of Dallas. The submitted piece, “Doubles” showcases arguably the most famous sisters in modern history and the piece, “Dinner,” shows a pair of revered Black TV moms versus the limited food desert choices many moms face daily. Her social media is @shondasart on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter. 

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