Taylar Enlow

A Black woman with her hair in braids just passed her shoulders. She is wearing a black dress and standing in front of a shelf holding two pots and a mirror.

Taylar Enlow—Community Voice

Taylar Enlow is a Philadelphia-born and Washington, D.C.-based cultural entrepreneur and community organizer. Central themes in her work include the exploration of intersecting spirituality, culture, and art as modes of healing. The legacy of Black and Indigenous interdependence has been a focus of her work and she is deeply invested in the preservation of Indigenous (those of Turtle-Island and elsewhere) narratives, practices, teachings, and ancestral traditions of mutual care. She is the founder of Heritage, a community and lifestyle brand celebrating culture and creativity through the lens of slow living and the Administrative Coordinator of Howard University’s Moorland-Spingarn Research Center, the world’s largest repository for ephemera archiving the global Black experience. You can follow Heritage on Instagram.