Keisha Morris is a writer, illustrator, and campaigner. She was born in the Bronx and married to Tupac Shakur for ten months. Her work is influenced by her experiences as an African-American and her experiences as an artist. Her writing, illustrations, and photographs have appeared in publications such as Bitty Brown Babe and Over in Motown. Currently she is writing a memoir about her life in New York and her relationship with Tupac.
Born in the Bronx
Keisha Morris was born in The Bronx, New York City on July 10, 1974. She is of African-American descent. She has a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice from John Jay College. Her parents have not been identified.
Keisha Morris is currently a resident of New York. She has been an educator and a campaigner for social issues. This includes racial inequality in the media industry. She works to educate youth about the issues that affect them.
Keisha Morris was married to Tupac Shakur for ten months. They divorced in 1996. Since then, Keisha has not been married. However, she has two children with another man.
In addition to her acting career, Keisha Morris was a camp counselor. She worked for Chippendale’s club for a period of time. After that, she went to school for a period of time.
After graduating from college, Keisha Morris took her Master’s Degree in Education. She then worked as a teacher for two years. It was during this time that she met her husband, Tupac Shakur.
Married to Tupac Shakur for ten months
Keisha Morris and Tupac Shakur were married for 10 months, but it was a short-lived union. Nonetheless, they shared a very close bond.
They met at a nightclub in New York when Keisha was just 20 years old. He was 21. The two got to know each other well and stayed in contact for several months before their marriage.
Although Keisha and Tupac dated on and off, they eventually became a couple. Their relationship was officially official in April of 1995. At the time of their marriage, they were both very young.
While their marriage was in full swing, Tupac was incarcerated. During his time in prison, Keisha visited him daily. She would try to find his phone to check for messages. But it was difficult to do so.
Several months after his release, she decided to go camping in Pennsylvania. After she left, she continued to keep in touch with him.
Illustrator of Bitty Brown Babe and Over in Motown
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Campaigner against social injustices
Keisha Morris is an educator and a social activist. She was born to African American parents in The Bronx, New York. She graduated from John Jay College in 1996 with a bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice. However, she was unable to complete her master’s degree due to her ex-husband’s murder case.
Keisha Morris and her husband, Tupac Shakur, met at a nightclub in 1994. They were both 21 years old. After they parted ways, she gave birth to a child from another man.
She has since shifted her focus to becoming an educator and campaigner against social injustices. As an activist, she addresses issues such as race and racism. Founder of Abundant Life African Methodist Episcopal Church in Dallas, Texas, Waters is a sought after speaker and a community leader. He is also a professor and frequent commentator for major media outlets. During the Obama Administration, he served as a youth vote expert for several national voting organizations.
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