Our Community and Storytelling practices are in full force and there is a lot of exciting work happening! Read more below about how you can get involved.
The Communities Practice learning group is up and running! The first if our 3-calls series was well attended this past Tuesday. The session was facilitated by Sarah Curtiss of Men as Peacemakers in Duluth, MN. We dove deeper into our processes and essential practices of our communities.
We would love to have you join the next call on Tuesday, June 11th at 3pm ET // 12pm PT. In this second call, we will go deeper into what we experience as the assets and barriers to building strong, lasting and authentic community. We will ask and answer questions such as: How do we support creativity? How do we build a bigger we? What stops people from doing this kind of work? How do we engage people in meaningful and deep conversation that turns into action?
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📢📢 Attention all Editors and Graphic Designers!! 📢📢
Do you want to contribute to work that reimagines gender justice and liberation?
Are you excited about all things Wakanda?
Are you an editor or graphic designer that wants to contribute your skills towards Black liberation work?
If you said yes to any of the questions above, consider applying to be a co-editor or graphic designer for the next gender-themed anthology to come out of Wakanda Dream Lab. Click the links to read more about the Lab, the anthology and the position descriptions (Co-Editor, Graphic Designer). Priority will be given to applications submitted by June 12th.
Background on the Wakanda Dream Lab X Resonance Network Partnership: In 2019 Resonance Network and Wakanda Dream Lab are co-creating and publishing a Wakanda Dream Lab Anthology featuring future-facing and speculative creative writing lifting up gender justice and liberation inspired by the world of Wakanda.
To learn more about our storytelling work, click here.