This workshop invites young adults who identify as Black women to join a dialogue about identity, agency, and the role of ritual in sustaining power in a society that can be challenging, unjust, and tiring. This is a small group exploration of personal agency and the role of community.
This workshop is part of an internship capstone for Ashlee K Williams, a Masters of Transformational Leadership candidate at Seattle University (soon to be graduate). Ashlee hails from Greensboro, NC and holds a Communications degree from the University of North Carolina, Greensboro.
This event is free. Let us know if you'd like to attend.