Hey, I’m happy to see you here. If someone sent you, I’m sure there’s a fine reason.
I am documentarian Selena Koon and I am here to help raise funds for The Khina Tikima Culler Foundation and it’s upcoming tour.
Recently graduating from Film School, my heart is on fire. I was granted the privilege to create around a very sensitive topic, violence.
I am proud to have taken part in telling this story, visually.
This documentary is believed to change lives and spark the very ones who experience it. This thoroughly produced visual is titled “Remember Khina Culler” (RKC), a drama-thriller that expresses the disgusting reality of violence.
My team’s goal is to spread awareness about the issue and how violent relationships can end.
Khina Culler was a mother of three out of Jacksonville, loved by many. Moments after throwing her mother a surprise birthday celebration, she was killed in cold blood by the man she loved, her children’s father, he died the same night.
This drama-thriller is undoubtedly sure to spark the nation in a way like never before but it all starts from home; starting with our own communities. The RKC Tour includes West Palm Beach where I am from, Orlando where I currently reside, Jacksonville where Khina Culler’s mother resides, and Atlanta where Khina Culler’s father resides. We recently added Miami to the list.
As the documentary is packaged and ready to go, the team here at The Khina Tikima Culler Foundation awaits your arrival to a showing near you in the month of October.
This documentary is for the young and even the gray.
When people see Khina Culler, they ought to get a sense of courage, the urge to want to stand up and make a better decision.
RKC should be the very staple for making that decision to walk out of the door and not look back.
This is going to take a village, Remember Khina Culler needs your help. The purpose of this correspondence in all transparency is to raise just enough funds to help us get through The RKC Tour, securely. Proceeds will be applied toward travel expenses, strategic marketing, and comfortable venues to hold “The Khina Culler Experience”.
Our passion is to widely spread Khina Culler story and what many of us have gone through, are going through, or witnessed someone go through.
Your acts of service will help RKC continue to flourish in ways unimaginable.
Any questions or concerns? Please contact Khina’s mother, Ms. Tiki Stafford, [phone redacted], or myself, Selena Koon, [phone redacted].
See you at the showing