Led by Writing Fellow Emilly Prado
In this workshop, students will explore the roots of resistance writing to produce works of their own in a safe, positive, and encouraging space. In times of political uncertainty, voices from the margins are vital. Learn how to put your pen to the pad most effectively to respond to political strife. Whether your preferred medium is creative nonfiction, poetry, or fiction, we’ll examine pieces from poets, writers, rappers, and more to inform your future works at the intersections of activism and literary arts, so they too can activate the seeds of our next generation. Maximum: 12 writers.