Corónate at Queens Musuem
invites you to a memoir writing workshop for the Latinx community, organized by Herstory Writers Workshop and Corona live. Facilitated by Natalia Chamorro, a writer and academic based in New York, in these writing sessions you will find your creative voice while shaping your story in a powerful narrative structure, powerful enough to startle a “Stranger/Reader”* into caring. You are invited to share your story, or part of it, with the community. Find your creative voice. Share your story. Change the world. This workshop is in Spanish and free.
DATES: July 11th, 18th
LOCATION: QUEENS MUSEUM Flushing Meadows Corona Park Queens, NY 11368.
Click link for more information- https://queensmuseum.org/events/how-to-tell-your-story
A presentation from Herstory's work with incarcerated women and girls and prison families, presented in partnership with Hofstra University Museum of Art's current show, "Hidden in Sight: Photographing Incarceration."
DATE: Wednesday, October 24th
TIME: 4:00 - 5:30 P.M.
LOCATION: Hofstra University- David Filderman Gallery, Joan & Donald E. Axinn Library, Ninth Floor, South Campus
A daylong island-wide convening of Herstory writers, university, school and community partners, featuring readings, a town hall-style community story shaping experience engaging the whole audience in finding Page One Moments opening into stories that will call our communities to action.
DATE: Saturday, October 27th
TIME: 9:30 A.M. - 4 P.M.
LOCATION: Stony Brook University- Charles B. Wang Center, Zodiac Lobby
Join Herstory's Dreamers and young newcomer students for a quiet sharing of the power of their stories and the impact they are having on schools all over Long Island in a movement for empathy, inclusion and justice for all.
DATE: Friday, November 2nd
TIME: 7:30 P.M.
LOCATION: Unitarian Universalist Congregation at Shelter Rock
48 Shelter Rock Rd.
Manhasset, NY 11030
Brave Journeys: A Reading and Discussion
Canio's Bookstore is pleased to present a reading and discussion of Brave Journeys to take place at the bookshop. Inspired by the recent Freedom Forum event at Stony Brook, co-owners Maryann and Kathryn agreed that featuring Brave Journeys, a moving and important work, would be the best way to begin discussion and promote action in support of our immigrant neighbors.
DATE: Sunday, November 25th
TIME: 3:00 P.M.
LOCATION: 290 Main Street, Sag Harbor, NY 11963
A member of Racial Justice East End, Canio's Books has long been supportive of community concerns. RJEE's recent book discussions have included Bryan Stevenson's Just Mercy, Susan Burton's Becoming Ms. Burton, and Michelle Alexander's The New Jim Crow, among other titles. These works have raised awareness, informed and inspired readers to do more for racial justice in the local community. Together with RJEE clergy and activists, we expect Brave Journeys will be a springboard for activism in support of East End immigrants.
Representatives from OLA, and PEER (Progressive East End Reformers) will be present to share in the readings and discussion. We'll present several ways audience members can advocate for basic rights and protections for our immigrant neighbors.
For further information, please call: 631-725-4926 and visit their website www.caniosbooks.com