A night of true, personal narrative stories
centered around the theme of RACE
told from the heart.
When we can look at our own stories with honesty and courage, and listen to one another’s stories with curiosity and heart, we have a much better shot at taking meaningful action towards creating a just and equitable world. That’s what we’ve been doing in this 7-week storytelling workshop — digging for and sharing true, personal narrative stories about how race has played a part in our lives.
Co-led by Johanna Walker, Speaker, Trainer and host of Boulder’s Story Slam, and Darryl Piggott, LA based educator, with a mixed race group of storytellers.
Tamara Van Horn
Save the Date: Sunday November 7, 7pm MDT/9 EDT
Where: The Dairy Arts Center and On Zoom!
Tickets are $15. (Or $25 for guaranteed front row seating.)
We’ll be donating a portion of the proceeds to Sacred Voices, a Denver-based organization that promotes unity and healing among BIOPOC+ communities through creative expression, while empowering youth to find their voice, power and become leaders in their communities .
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Johanna Walker is the fear-blasting, storytelling maven for coaches, consultants, leaders and change-makers. As a keynote speaker and workshop facilitator, she has presented for corporations, non-profits, community organizations, and the TEDx stage, helping audiences develop authentic presence as speakers, find the ideas they want to be known for, and craft those ideas into compelling presentations.
She’s the founder of Craft Your Talk, a transformational speaker coaching program for new and emerging speakers, and The Speaker’s Playground, an unconventional training & practice group for entrepreneurs, workplace professionals and community leaders. She’s also the founder of Boulder’s Story Slam.
She lives in Boulder, Colorado, where, if you’re lucky, you might spot her riding around on her bicycle wearing wings and a red polka-dot dress.
Darryl Piggott is a lover of family, spending time with friends, and making authentic connection. As a high school math teacher of 18 years, he is proud to count many former students and colleagues as collected family. The participants in this workshop will definitely be invited to the family reunion!
TEEN storytelling workshop & showcase
Next workshop: TBD
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Sunday, September 11
7:00 pm / doors open 6:45
The Dairy Arts Center - 2590 Walnut Street