About the Founder
Mo Pirela has created digital space for creativity, community , & social justice, all in one place.
She is a writer, advocate, and entrepreneur. She has submitted her writings and her poetry published in several publications like Black Minds Magazine, UnMute Magazine, Of Earth and Sky: Poetry Anthology 2021 & Black Oak Society Magazine.
Mo has moderated, podcast interviews, & spoken on panels for multiple community events, most notably at NoDa Brewing Company & Resident Culture Brewing Company, both located in Charlotte, NC and with mentor, Dr. Ed Bell.
“Solidarity is more than a thing we feel when we see media coverage of horrific events. Solidarity is being compelled to be in a constant state of awareness, action, & change.
Solidarity is a lifestyle.” - Mo
She is also the founder of Solidarity&Co. by Mo, an advocacy-based brand offering business services, a variety of products, as well as speaking & creative services. Mo's decision to become an entrepreneur stems from over a decade of experience serving as first point of contact for some of the nation's largest companies.
Her most important roles are granddaughter, daughter, sister, partner, homegirl, student, citizen, & changemaker! Mo is a self-identified bad ass woman who refuses to be silenced and vows to use her voice, lived experience, and big mouth for good.
All of her endeavors are meant to promote solidarity with all oppressed people, everywhere, all the time.