Bishop Mahee

Bishop Mahee

At a Glance:

Bishop Mahee has been a Project Contributor since August 2008, has written 9 entries and currently lives in Oakland Park, FL.


Bishop S.F. Ma-Hee is a Minister/Artist living and working in the South Florida area. She performs ceremonies and speaks at various congregations, groups, and organizations, utilizing multiple tools to build bridges through spirituality, the arts, and grass roots organizing.

Whether it is in the Pulpit, Boardroom, Stage or simply taking it to the streets her goal is to teach that we are all here to heal and be healed.

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Bishop Mahee: Recently Filed

Wanda Sykes: Black, Womyn, Gay, & Proud

Filed by Bishop Mahee | November 24, 2008 | 1:00 PM | comments

On the day of National protest against the passage of discriminatory measures in Florida, California, Arizona, and Arkansas, the very air was expectant at Fort Lauderdale's City Hall- and all over this country the message was that the birth of...Read More

Will the Real Black Folk (& Real Americans) Please Stand Up?

Filed by Bishop Mahee | October 29, 2008 | 10:00 AM | comments

I just got through reading comments detailing remarks made in support of Florida's hateful Amendment 2 by a niece of the late Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr, Alveda King. Dr. King's niece has once again aligned herself (while invoking...Read More

Love Is An Action Verb!!!

Filed by Bishop Mahee | October 22, 2008 | 12:00 PM | comments

Sometimes being active and being proactive is the hardest thing to do when facing a challenge. But in order to make it to the other side of the challenge one must take action. I was participating in a town hall...Read More

My Faith Compels Me

Filed by Bishop Mahee | October 07, 2008 | 6:00 PM | comments

While sitting in a leadership training for skills-building to defeat Florida's Amendment 2, it came to dealing with the other side on the religious arguments against homosexuality. The trainer instructed us to stay away from issues of faith, as that...Read More

Where Are The Good Men?

Filed by Bishop Mahee | September 30, 2008 | 12:00 PM | comments

As I departed from a Democratic Party meeting, I was approached by a community activist named Ari Mendel, who thanked me for the presentation I had done at his democratic club. He went on to explain to me that the...Read More