Writing Workshop: If Money Was No Object
February 5 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
What would you wish for if money was no object? What would your world look like if money was no object? Whether you write in poetry, prose, or not at all, we invite you to this workshop. Using prompts for inspiration, we will blend fiction with non fiction as we bend the world to dream about the possibilities that freedom from financial woes would hold.
Our Stories, Ourselves Writing Workshop in Partnership with The Friends of the St. Paul Library
Suleiman Adan is an organizer, educator, writer and DEI trainer in Minneapolis, Minnesota. He is HR manager at Research in Action, a Black-owned community education research firm. Suleiman is also a graduate student at the University of Minnesota, studying Education Psychology. He coordinates a food pantry in Saint Anthony, MN on the weekends, and teaches at Northwest Islamic Community Center where he works with students of all ages on learning the Arabic Language, learning the Quran both in Arabic and English, and interfaith dialogue. Suleiman has also been managing a tutoring company for the last decade on increasing literacy and proficiency in math and science, and instilling the love of reading and writing in BIPOC youth in south Minneapolis.