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Mon, Jun 21



(Re)Claiming Y(our) Inner Sister Workshop Series

A summer writing workshop series for POC women looking to increase their connection to themselves, other like-minded women, and the future they want for themselves

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(Re)Claiming Y(our) Inner Sister Workshop Series
(Re)Claiming Y(our) Inner Sister Workshop Series

Time & Location

Jun 21, 2021, 6:00 PM – 7:30 PM EDT


About the event

2021 has been historic for many reasons. 2020 has forever changed us and 2021 yields the question: Now what? As we ponder this in our personal, professional, and private lives, we may begin to take stock of what was and what is to be. We don’t have to do this alone. The (Re)Claiming Y(our) Inner Sister monthly writing workshop will use poetry, performance, creative writing exercises, and community building as a way to connect to the parts of our story that keeps us inspired, loving, moving forward, while letting go of the parts we don’t have to carry into the next chapter of our lives.

Join this virtual workshop hosted by Walking in Other People's Shoes and facilitated by Tayllor Johnson . $20 per ticket.

Walking in Other People's shoes is a digital media platform inspiring women of color to find and empower their voices through storytelling and curated programs.

Tayllor Johnson is an artist, performer, and educator. A published poet, she has been writing and performing her own poetry and plays for over ten years. She is committed to using art to give voice to the world's unspoken needs and guides children to discover and speak their truth. In 2015, she graduated from Mount Holyoke College and sought an interdisciplinary approach to using art to give voice to the world's unspoken needs and guide people to discover and speak their truth. Tayllor recently received her Master’s degree from NYU, which further inspired her to use art, education, and healing as a revolution and liberation tool for those who need it. In all she has done, is doing, and will do, she embodies her mission: Find new ways poetry can empower, soothe the wounded, and disturb the status quo, setting us all on a path to freedom.

She is the founder of Sisterhood(verb), Inc a spiritually conscious organization dedicated to curating opportunities for women to come together and grow and heal through education, creativity, and community building. Sisterhood(verb) is about embracing collaboration, healing, creativity, and abundance amongst Black women that is contagious in today’s world.

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