History is important – and yet so often prioritizes those with power and privilege. Reflect on your own experiences and histories in a supportive community as Women’s History Month comes to a close. Assert your narrative agency through writing, whether a poem, a manifesto, a song, a free write, a performance, or something else (performance and art preparation for the Trans Day of Visibility Open Mic is welcome and encouraged!) Voluntary share-out to close. Handmade journals, tea, and light snacks provided. Open to all, but please be mindful of the dominant identities you hold in the space.
Second floor of Keefe Campus Center, opposite the Friedman Room