Tampa-based spoken word artist Quina Aragon touches on the topics of racism, persecution, and persevering hope in “When I Consider the Darkness” featuring K.A. Ellis.
She penned the piece when she was pregnant with her first child in “hopes of fostering empathy in conversations around racial reconciliation, while offering unshakable hope to those overwhelmed by the darkness.”
“When I Consider the Darkness” also features speaker and International Christian Response Ambassador K.A. Ellis, who recites a letter from poet Langston Hughes.