Whether you write in poetry, prose, or not at all, we invite you to this workshop to process the literal and metaphorical costs of living as a Black Indigenous Person of Color. Using prompts and reading samples from other BIPOC writers for inspiration, we’ll explore the things our bodies and psyches have inherited as well as the things we wish to pass on. This workshop is led by May Lee-Yang, a writer, performance artist, and teacher who often uses pop culture and humor to interrogate race, gender, and identity.
This is an online program offered remotely using Zoom communication software. You must register in advance for this program. After registering, you will receive an automated confirmation email. A week before the program, you will receive another email with information about joining the meeting.
Sponsored by More Than a Single Story.
This program is funded by Minnesota’s Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund.