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STORIES OF RESILIENCE + CHALLENGE IN WOKE WOMEN | A JUICI YOGA AND WOKE WOMEN COLLABORATION

Presenting an epic collaboration with Carla Beharry, Founder of the WOKE Women’s Movement, and Selam Debs, inclusivity educator & founder of the JUICI Yoga studio:

The FOURTH WOKE WOMEN’S SPEAKING EVENT!

The FIRST of its kind in Waterloo Region, join us for an inspiring evening of speakers, live steel pan music, and connection, exclusively designed for women.

Creatively curated and by Selam Debs and Carla Beharry, come hear personal stories of resilience, from three empowering and engaging speakers:

MARVA WISDOM | KEYNOTE SPEAKER

Director of the BLACK EXPERIENCE PROJECT | Co-founder of CANADIAN BLACK HISTORY PROJECTS | LEADERSHIP THROUGH ENGAGEMENT Speaker

HALIMA AL-HATIMY

Founder of FEMCARE COMMUNITY HEALTH INITIATIVE

CAROLINA MIRANDA

Founder of FEMININE HARBOUR LIGHT STORIES

Five Womyn, representing five unique cultural backgrounds, share stories of overcoming adversity and hardship, and define how they have persevered through cultivating unwavering determination in rising above barriers and setbacks.

OUR LAST WATERLOO WOKE WOMEN EVENT SOLD OUT!

PURCHASE YOUR TICKETS HERE

THE DETAILS:

THE REGISTRY THEATRE in KITCHENER, ONTARIO

FRIDAY, MAY 31st, from 6pm-10pm.

Doors open at 6pm.

Join us from 6pm-7pm, for a glass of wine and live steel pan music, from our local, Guyanese-Canadian musician, Carol Taylor of Rhythms in Steel to relax and connect with speakers and other like-minded women in the region.

Our speakers will run from 7pm-10pm, and will include a full interactive panel discussion.



FEATURING:

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LOCATION:

THE REGISTRY THEATRE: 122 FREDERICK STREET, KITCHENER

EVENT DATE + TIME:

FRIDAY, MAY, 31st, 2019

6PM - 10PM

TICKET INFORMATION:

$65 EARLY BIRD PRICING - UNTIL APRIL 30TH, 2019

$75 AFTER MAY 1ST, 2019

*** CASH BAR WILL BE AVAILABLE


To be WOKE // Conscious. Progressive. Aware. Alert to racial or social discrimination and injustice. Well-informed. Understanding oppression of marginalized people. A voice for gender equality. A definition with African-American origin.