You Belong Here: Mapping Identity, Navigating Intersections, Finding Your Fit
Biweekly on Wednesday's
Writers, people interested in writing, and people who have never written at all: this is for you!
Are you tired of hearing stories about people that do not look, sound, or act like you? If no one is telling your story, learn to tell it yourself. This free workshop/group is for writers of all levels, students, faculty, and staff, to explore how their identities affect how they see themselves and how they move through the world. Through writing prompts, activities, and discussion, this group will allow you to explore your identities and find belonging through writing and also other creative expression like art, music, etc. Experience not required. Feel free to bring your lunch.
Group meets biweekly in 213 UCEN (LGBTQ Center) 1/17, 1/31, 2/14, 3/14, 3/28, 4/11. Co-facilitated by Nancy Grigg, Vicky Dawson, and Jen Salamone. For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Co sponsored by the Ellen Bommarito LGBTQ Center, The School of Education Human Services, and the Writing Center.