Wednesday, March 25, 2009
Peace Gumbo YaYa Supporters,
Thank you for your generous thoughts, participation and support since the first cycle of Gumbo YaYa in 2007. Gumbo YaYa has travelled from NYC to NC drawing on the power of sisterhood and creative healing in every session or workshop. The second cycle of gumbo yaya is wrapping up in Durham, NC.
Here are a few updates:
New Community Support!
Gumbo YaYa is pleased to announce new sponsor, The Body Shop. The Body Shop (http://www.thebodyshop-usa.com/bodyshop/) is providing wellness and beauty items for the Gumbo Yaya Sister Circle and supporters. Many thanks to our awesome intern, Kenya C. Harris, for solidifying this sponsorship. You rock Kenya!
Love is Radical Performance!
Gumbo YaYa is wrapping up its second cycle on 3/29/2009 with a community performance, panel, and potluck.
What: Love is Radical: Performing Mothering, Daughtering, and Sistering
When: 3/29/09, 2:30 pm
Where: 214 Broadway St.
Who: The Entire Community
Why: Because we want to share our magic with you!
Please bring a dish, dessert, or beverage for the community potluck.
More Information: firstname.lastname@example.org or 919.423.3780
Please tell everyone you know to come out and support Gumbo YaYa!
Gumbo on the Go!
A Gumbo YaYa session was presented at the 5th Annual State of the Nation Arts and Performance Festival. Accepted with open arms by a diverse community of artists and activists, women and men engaged in "Brilliant Tomorrows: Sister(ing) as Creative Communal Performance" session in New Orleans, LA. www.sonfestival.org.
Brilliant Tomorrows will also be presented at the first We Are 1 Women's Conference in Durham, NC. The conference seeks to bring women together regardless of sexuality, faith, ethnicity. Check them out at http://www.infinitydiamondclub.com/infinity_diamond_club_015.htm.
On the Horizon...
Gumbo YaYa, the movie!
Gumbo YaYa, the curriculum!
We want to hear from you!
-Join our list serv at http://bettysdaughterarts.synthasite.com/contact.php.
-Check out our website and leave a comment at www.iamnotaproject.wordpress.com.
In sisterhood and community building,
Gumbo YaYa/ or this is why we speak in tongues