Black People : walk a day in my shoes exhibit

http://heritagekonpa.com/hkhome.htm

this was the first exhibit i facilitated in NYC

I am very proud

Peace

Patrice

Hey SiS PatriceCQueen!:hi:

BlackTasTic imagines and message! Thanks so much for taking the time to share them here!

I heard it said a while ago..."Hard work pays off". Seems that may be so for you on that day!

Much Love and continued success to you


M.E.
:hearts2:
 
In the Spirit of Sankofa and the Truth!

walk a day in my shoes exhibit

http://heritagekonpa.com/hkhome.htm

this was the first exhibit i facilitated in NYC

I am very proud

Peace

Patrice




PatriceCQueen,


And you should be very proud Patrice, we are definitely proud of you. A fantastic exhibit, for real, here is what I found that I liked:


Patrice C. Queen was instrumental in organizing and installing the exhibit. A member of VOW and a survivor herself, she came to a Dwa Fanm Survivor Advocacy Board meeting when they talked about having an exhibit. She had exhibition experience and offered to help.

“Having survivors develop their own exhibit is so important,” Patrice says. “With so many survivor organizations, the staff is so helpful they don’t allow the survivors to implement their own programs; they doesn’t allow for the woman healing to reach her full potential. There is an importance of survivors to empower themselves by implementing their own projects. This exhibit was the way they (we) wanted to do it.”



That’s my sister friend!

 

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