Tuesday, October 23, 2018 | 9-10:45 AM | SpringHouse Ministry Center (610 W. 28th St., Mpls)
The stories we carry in our bodies and in our communities shape our lives. In times like these, how do we access the power of our stories as a tool for political transformation? How do we tap into a vision of liberation that animates our stories with a sense of justice, joy, and possibility? What comes after the moment when we realize in our guts that our stories matter?
Join Kaleo Center for Faith, Justice, and Social Transformation, and the incomparable Eleonore Wesserle for our next KaleoExpress – Stories Matter….so what do we do now? A practical workshop on making meaning in difficult times on Tuesday, October 23rd from 9a.m. – 10:45a.m. at Springhouse Ministry Center, 610 W. 28th St. MPLS.
Registration is free and all are welcome. Bagels, treats, coffee and good company at 8:30a.m. Workshop begins at 9:00a.m.
Eleonore Wesserle has spent the past 15 years working locally and nationally to re-define what it means to take on power through story and win. Eleonore invites people into fiercely generative ways to imagine themselves, their futures, and their communities in a time and in space of shared liberation. As a white-passing mixed-race queer woman of Black and German descent, Eleonore lives in the complexity of multiplicity and solidarity as she supports communities to build the trust and support we need to work more generously and more robustly towards justice. Here at Kaleo Center, we are profoundly lucky to call Eleonore our friend, and we are so excited to continue to learn with her as she expands her work in scope and substance.
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