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Postponed: Journey Of A Black Girl: Exploring Self Identity Through Culture, Love, and Healing Phase II

March 21 @ 3:00 pm - 6:00 pm

This event has been postponed. We want our communities to be able to enjoy this incredible exhibition with full hearts and healthy bodies. Please stay tuned for updates regarding the new date and time for this event.

Phase II: I’m Every Woman

Date: March 21, 2020
Time: 3-6pm
Where: Southside Trail – Milton Ave

A Journey of a Black Girl transitions into womanhood where one learns to stand in power, accepting flaws and embracing true beauty inside and out. Sometimes this may get lost in translation based on life interactions. Becoming a black woman, there are lessons learned when dealing with the good, the bad and ugly that society places on you. How letting go of what no longer serves you by knowing your purpose and your worthiness to sharing your gifts. Womanhood is holding a place for spiritually, honoring those ancestors who walked before you and practicing beliefs passed on to you or what you may have discovered on your own. The Importance of dealing with the trials and tribulations and the outcomes caused by trauma. What energy is being released and energy is invited, the revisit to self-care is part taking care of mental health.  The following events will help explore and conclude Phase II:

 

  • Healing Ritual projections – Charmaine Minniefield
  • Performance art – Angela Davis Johnson
  • Spoken word – Theresa Tha Songbird
  • Photo imagery (Melissa Alexander)
  • Mural reveal- TBH

 

Details

Date:
March 21
Time:
3:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Event Category:

Venue

Chosewood Tunnel
95 Milton Avenue
Atlanta, GA United States
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Message on Coronavirus (COVID-19)

At Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. (ABI) and Atlanta BeltLine Partnership (ABP), the health and safety of our participants, volunteers and staff is our top priority. In support of broader public health efforts to contain COVID-19 and protect our community, ABI and ABP are suspending most programming through the end of March.

Read full statement including a list of what’s been cancelled or postponed or what remains scheduled.