[Soasiastudents] Chaya Call for Submissions: Calling all South Asian Voices for “Community Speaks”
KELLIE D. HOLZER
kholzer at u.washington.edu
Fri Mar 14 08:29:09 PDT 2008
Calling all South Asian Voices for “Community Speaks”
Central Cinema, March 29th, 2008
Do you have a story to share about abuse and survival? Interested in speaking out against violence?
Chaya invites South Asian survivors, victims, and their families and friends to participate in a creative community forum to share experiences related to all forms violence (i.e. structural, inter-personal, physical, sexual, emotional, child abuse…). Share your expressions in any form (writing, painting, storytelling, poetry, photography, dance, etc.) at Community Speaks, during Tasveer’s Aaina Women’s Festival on March 29th, 2008. All ages and genders welcome! No previous artistic experience required!
Last day to RSVP to participate is Friday, March 15th, 2008.
Questions? Interested and want to get involved? Contact community advocates, Neena and Nitika, at 206-568-7576 or via email at: nitika at chayaseattle.org or neena at chayaseattle.org.
Chaya is a community based non-profit organization serving South Asian women in times of crisis and raising awareness about domestic violence issues.
*Chaya defines South Asian as those tracing their roots to Afghanistan, Bhutan, Bangladesh, Burma, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, and Tibet. We encourage South Asians of diverse political, religious, cultural, and sexual orientations to participate.
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