Online Workshop: “Stories of Love, Literacy & History”

Join us for a FREE, four-week-long workshop led by master storyteller Nothando Zulu. Mondays in February | 6pm to 7pm on ZOOM. Together, we will explore the power stories have to entertain, educate, motivate and inspire. 
Through weekly conversation and guided activities, participants will…
• Share stories of love, family, and community
• Evaluate our role as a “storyteller” for our children
• Reflect on the impact of the written and spoken word
• Review Black historical figures that inspire us
REGISTER TODAY!
To register for this FREE workshop, contact Vanessa Richter (she/her/hers)
Phone: (952) 356-2394
More About Our Host & Community Partner:
Nothando Zulu is a community & political activist here in the Twin Cities and director of The Black Storytellers Alliance – a nonprofit organization dedicated to maintaining the oral storytelling tradition as practiced by African people in the Diaspora. Their mission is to maintain the art of storytelling as a primary source for positive instruction & reinforcement of the rich beauty embodied in the telling of “the story!”
To learn more about their work, visit blackstorytellers.com
RSVP to our Facebook event HERE
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