Imagination: A Storytelling Event

Imagination Flyer

Transformation: Lectures, Conversations, and Storytelling About Healing and Social Action

Stories by Leidy Gonzales, Cutcha Risling Baldy, Michelle Azar 

Welcome and Introductions by Juliann Anesi, Mishuana Goeman, Jonathan Aaron

Opening lecture by Beth Ribet

Co-sponsored by The UCLA American Indian Studies CenterThe UCLA Disability Studies Program, Improving Dreams, Equity, Access and Success (IDEAS) at UCLA

Imagination is the third event in the Transformation storytelling series. The series features community organizers, advocates, healers, survivors, theorists, and artists, in the role of “storyteller”. Storytellers will draw from their life experiences and personal and communal narratives and histories in order to speak to the seven event themes included in the series. The events in the Transformation series are intended to speak to our collective desire for deep social change, and to support us in finding the energy, strength, connection, and knowledge that we need in order to repair our world, and to heal ourselves and our communities.

View the full schedule and learn more about the Transformation Storytelling Series.

Monday, October 22, 2018 - 6:30pm to 8:30pm

Mercado La Paloma
3655 S. Grand Ave, #240, Los Angeles, CA 90007
Conference Room: Located in the Southeast corner of the building