“I Write My Narrative” is an invitation for those who identify as female and South Asian to gather and discuss personal experiences of gender bias and reproductive health choices.
Our first writing workshop, co-hosted with Sakhi For South Asian Women NYC, is a response to the harmful reproductive health policies that are limiting rights, forcing decisions and framing false narratives on communities of color.
The goal is to creatively unearth the gender biases that shape our lives and affects our choices. This workshop will focus specifically on #bodyintegrity #reproductivehealth and intersecting cultural experiences!
Join Sakhi for South Asian Women NYC and Brown Girl Magazine on April 18th in NYC from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. The exact location of the workshop will be disclosed after you sign up!
Space is limited so sign up today! http://goo.gl/6ejME1
About Sakhi for South Asian Women: Founded in 1989, it exists to end violence against women. They unite survivors, communities and institutions to eradicate domestic violence as they work together to create strong and healthy communities. Sakhi uses an integrated approach that combines support and empowerment through service delivery, community engagement, advocacy and policy initiatives.