Kids, teens, adults, and families of all ages: Join racial justice educators Wee The People for Wee Wear The Crowns!, a radical celebration of Black experience focused on an icon of Black resistance. Together we will explore Black identity, expression, and experience through storytelling and art-making grounded in unapologetic black JOY!
Chosen icon: Freedom fighter Toussaint Louverture & the Haitian Revolution.
About Wee the People:
Wee The People (WTP) is a Boston-based racial and social justice education project that designs high-impact, arts-based programming for kids, anti-racism workshops for communities, and professional development training for organizations. Founded and led by Black women since 2015, Wee The People aims to:
- INSPIRE children to notice and speak out against injustice
- SUPPORT parents and educators in starting and sustaining conversations about race and equity with kids
- CENTER and affirm the experience of Black and other equity-deserving communities
Questions? Contact Kerry: firstname.lastname@example.org
This workshop is part of the Somerville Public Library's 2023 Somerville Reads programming. For more information about Somerville Reads, visit: https://www.somervillepubliclibrary.org/adults/somerville-reads-2023