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She Writes Her Story


She Writes Her Story

In honor of Women's History Month, New Heights Communication & Write to Live host She Writes Her Story, an empowerment event that offers girls (ages12-18) the opportunity to express themselves, build community and gain knowledge about the power of choice.  

It’s an afternoon of meaningful conversations, dance, writing, music, and food, all designed to empower girls not just to create, but to own their stories through self-love, positive self-image, and expression. With or without a pen in hand, young women are the authors of their stories, through every form of expression, and there is nothing more magical than that! 

With every experience, you alone are painting your own canvas, thought by thought, choice by choice.

― Oprah Winfrey

Ticket price includes all workshops, activities, food, and beverages.

Workshops will be facilitated by youth development specialists and women entrepreneurs:

Serve It Up: Game that promotes healthy food choices and fun food sampling

Boss Moves: A choreographed dance session with a fusion of hip-hop and pop for all our boss ladies    

Rock your Crown:  An interactive hair health conversation

Own Your Story: A writing workshop that explores the power of words in creating her life story

Please reach out to event organizer if you are interested in attending, but need financial support to do so.

Please note: comfortable clothing and sneakers are recommended for the dance workshop. There will be event merchandise for sale ranging from $3-$15.  

Note to parents/guardians: to ensure the girls the freedom to express themselves and build community with their peers the only adults in attendance will be those facilitating the event.  If you're dropping off/picking a girl(s) feel free to have an afternoon of self-care/you time.  The girls will be in great care!    

Map John Wesley Social Hall, 260 Quincy Street, Brooklyn, United States
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