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7+ years of winning Soulutions for working women.

About DDSOS


[di·di·ong]:

adjective

Ibibio word for blessed.

DDSOS is a Black woman-led enterprise + mutual aid group that has blessed soulutions for complex situations.


Meet The Team

Who We Are


“I can’t be a singular expression of myself, there’s too many parts, too many spaces, too many manifestations, too many lines, too many curves, too many troubles, too many journeys, too many mountains, too many rivers, so many “ – Solange Azikiwe Knowles

Didiong Adi

Didiong Adi is a designer, writer, and organizer who lives in Detroit, Motown.

She has been writing and designing professionally for over 7 years and organizing for over 5 years. Didiong has written content and created designs for university newspapers, blogs, nonprofit organizations, freelancers, small businesses, and media organizations.

Didiong has provided organizing support to individuals, families, nonprofit organizations, collectives, and small businesses. She studied Public & Nonprofit Administration at the Detroit Public Library.

Adilah Didi Adi

Adilah Didi Adi is a story-teller, griot, and blogger based in Detroit, D-town.

She has been blogging about Black feminism, Black music, and Black fiction since 2012. She has also hosted multiple writing circles with fellow Black Women Writers to improve our writing. She published her first fiction book “D1 B1BL” on Feb 2nd, 2020, and is currently working on book two.

Adilah listens to afrofuturist audiobooks, afropunk, womanist lectures, afropop, fiction podcasts, rock-n-roll, soca, soul, hip-hop, & R&B. She studied Digital & Print Journalism at the Detroit Public Library.

Edidiong Adi

Edidiong Adi is an editor, essayist, and educator living in Detroit, Anishinaabe Land.

She has been editing and educating for over 5 years. In that time, she has created educational presentations at conferences, facilitated engaging workshops, tutored children at elementary schools, and tutored adults at public libraries.

Edidiong has also edited books, stories, news articles, essays, grant applications, event flyers, resumes, and promotional materials. She studied Early Childhood Education at the Detroit Public Library.

Services

What We Do


Organizing

  • Administrative Organizing
  • Personal Organizing
  • Rideshare Organizing
  • Caregiving Organizing
  • Digital Organizing

Education

  • Literacy & Linguistic Education
  • Social Justice Education
  • Driving Education
  • Creative Writing Education
  • Cultural Competency Education

Media Work

  • Content Writing & Editing
  • Grant Writing & Editing
  • Essay Writing & Editing
  • Business Writing & Editing
  • Fiction Writing & Editing

The Numbers Don’t Lie

5

cities

20

organizations

100s

lives changed

100%

client satisfaction

Why You’ll Love Us

Our services are guided by the principles of:

  • R.E.S.P.E.C.T
  • Womanism
  • Black Feminism
  • U.N.I.T.Y (Umoja)
  • Care
  • Empathy
  • Creativity (Kuumba)
  • Mutual Aid (Ujima)
  • Socio-Economic Justice (Ujamaa)
  • Self-Determination (Kujichagulia)

Rating: 5 out of 5.

“Excellent Service”

“Adilah Didi is an exceptional story-teller! I’m a blogger in Metro Detroit and Didi has helped take my writing to the next level. She offers great insight on how to craft engaging essays while allowing the writer to keep their voice. I highly recommend Didiong Soulutions”

—Kierra Gray
Founder of The Roadmap Back

Rating: 5 out of 5.

“Fantastic Digital Organizer”

“Didiong has been extremely diligent, communicative, and clear throughout our work together. She is an awesome organizer!”

Culpeper Creative Team

Rating: 5 out of 5.

“Highly Recommend”

“Edidiong is a wonderful writer, editor, and mentor. I have relied on her professional expertise when I’ve needed academic or work-related documents reviewed for clarity, organization, and grammar.”

—Sandy Herrera
Legislative Analyst

Rating: 5 out of 5.

“Refreshing Experience”

“As an editor, Edidiong guided me with patience and compassion. She didn’t make me change who I am to accomplish my writing. Even when my writing was disjointed, she pointed out the better aspects of it and that kept me writing. After our meetings, I was able to write more freely.”

—AJ Skillman
Attorney & Consultant

Trusted by these clients and more!



Location

Technology, Literacy & Career Center (TLC Center) at Detroit Public Library
5201 Woodward Ave Detroit MI 48202

DidiongSoulutions@ProtonMail.com


Monday
Closed
Tuesday
12:22 pm – 5:55 pm
Wednesday
Closed
Thursday
12:22 pm – 5:55 pm
Friday
12:22 pm – 5:55 pm
Saturday
Closed
Sunday
Closed

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