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Unable to attend? No worries. Register anyway and receive the replay! February is a month in which we celebrate African-American men and women heroes. In addition, this year let’s celebrate ourselves, for the many ways in which we perform big and small acts of heroism for ourselves and others.
As we become more conscious of supporting mental health and wellness, acknowledging our gifts, our value, and our heroism becomes part of the new language we are creating.
In this workshop, we will discuss and write about our daily or regular acts of heroism in our family, friendship, and work circles and how those acts have enlarged us.
We’ll talk and write about how heroism for most of us is not exceptional, but built into the fabric of our lives. And we’ll speak the names of the unsung “ordinary” heroes who inspired us.
Using prose or poetry we’ll write about our personal heroes, as well as our own heroic moments.
How have parents, teachers, friends, and strangers, shown up in our lives and lifted us to new heights?
Protected or even saved us?
How have we done the same?
Bring your pen, paper, questions, and get ready to be inspired!