Community Programs Manager, Black Girls Create
DJ is a Liberian-American educator, storyteller, and instructional designer who uses her background in ‘people work’ to create art that is compelling and often instructive. She is a mother, a mental health advocate, a Black queer artist, and a gigantic nerd. Keep up with DJ’s work on her portfolio site, www.donnaliejamnah.com. You can also connect with her on Twitter @talespinningdj.
Creating can be an important tool for understanding yourself and the world around you, which is why we should encourage and cultivate the creative interests of the young among us. What does it look like to support the creative endeavors of the children in your life? How can we be intentional about supporting the next generation of creators? This is a conversation for anyone with children they love in their life.
Join us for a book reading of “What if” by Samantha Berger and some collaborative creative activities for all ages. There will be prompts to create in the preferred medium of each child and older kids will have the option to help use digital tools to design our Kuumba Kids Art Gallery! Registration required!
Enjoy a social event to die for from the comfort of your own home. Hosted by members of the BGC community, this is a virtual Murder Mystery party where you get to pick your character.