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storytelling strategies for dismantling racism

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Featured Storytellers: ELISHEBA JOHNSON & INYE WOKOMA (WA NA WARI)
Centilia Cultural Center | Seattle

Date

01/30 

Time

9:30am -

4:30pm

the next workshop will be HELD WHEN IT IS SAFE TO DO SO. (RE: COVID-19 PANDEMIC)

Join us in this training to explore how storytelling can be used to develop concrete strategies to help individuals and organizations actively engaged in anti-racist work.

Special thanks to our community, especially Jovelle Tamayo, who has dedicated her time and talent to documenting this workshop series almost since the beginning. Connect with Jovelle Tamayo.

COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT

NONWHITEWORKS shares effective community engagement strategies with individuals, non-profits, and corporate entities.

Image Credit: Tariqa Waters

 

VISUAL STORYTELLING

NONWHITEWORKS thrives in community with other visual storytellers who can connect important messages with those who need to receive them most. An anti-racist approach to visual storytelling means, centering those most vulnerable.

NONWHITEWORKS will continue to center and make visible those who need the most representation in our socio-political landscape at every opportunity. We are committed to seeing ourselves and representing ourselves in the media. 

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