Eternal Summer of the Black Feminist Mind

Indigo Night School Session #2: Healing Wounds That Can/Not Be Seen

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Friday March 16, 2012

6pm-10pm

At the NEW Inspiration Station

(email brokenbeautifulpress@gmail.com for directions)

 

“Rock in the manner of a quiet sea. Hum softly from your heart. Repeat the victim’s name with love.” -from Indigo’s “Emergency Care of Wounds that Cannot be Seen” in Ntozake Shange’s Sassafrass Cypress and Indigo.

Inspired by Ntozake Shange’s brilliant novel Sassafrass, Cypress and Indigo, I present to you INDIGO NIGHT SCHOOL (aka night-time is the right time). We will be convening on the Fridays closest to this season’s new moons into Spring for evening long rituals based on the magical remedies, recipies and rituals of the healer-girl sister in the novel, our beloved Indigo. This is a special sacred space for grown black warrior healers who identify as black women and/or black two-spirit, twinspirit, gatekeeper or genderqueer folks.

Please join me in participating in three sessions of luxurious, fragrant, nourishing evening rituals where we can set our intentions, support each other and bask in the brilliance of a Black Feminist literary legacy!!!!

Save the Dates!
Healing (Wounds that can/not be seen) Friday, March 16th, 6pm-10pm

Dreams Coming True Friday, April 20th, 6pm-10pm

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