Guided by an Inner Truth: Quaker Hip-Hop Artist Sterling Duns

West Philly rapper Sterling Duns talks about his writing process and how he came to be a Quaker.

Jon Watts

Jon Watts launched and directed the QuakerSpeak project for its first 6 seasons. Keep up to date with Jon’s work at his website.

4 thoughts on “Guided by an Inner Truth: Quaker Hip-Hop Artist Sterling Duns

  1. How blessed, how happy we are that Sterling has landed in our Meeting Community at this point in his life’s journey. The Quaker messages come alive again each time we find our unique way to express our understanding and calling of the spirit.

  2. Thank you, Sterling, for this wonderful testimony. It can take a lot of courage to talk about one’s personal spiritual journey on video like this, and I’m grateful that you did it. I really appreciate your gentle spirit and your dedication to seeking out your inner guidance, as well as your fierce concern for justice! And, of course, your truth-telling hip hop poetry. : )
    Thanks again, too, to Jon Watts for bringing his creative talents to bear, once again, in documenting such articulate witness about the Quaker way. – in Friendship, Paulette Meier

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