The Network/La Red and Survivor Theater Project are proud to present, Wild Tongues: Language of Rebellion. Inspired by an excerpt in Gloria Anzaldua’s Boderlands/La Frontera: The New Mestiza, this event uplifts the stories and experiences of survivors of partner abuse and/or oppression. We invite survivors to reclaim their power by submitting their expression of poetry, photography, music, or choreography, etc. today through December 23.
Where: The Unitarian Universalist Urban Ministry at 10 Putnam St, Roxbury, MA 02119
When: February 7, 2019, 5:30pm-7:30pm
Additional details: Submissions will be accepted December 10 through December 23. Interviews will be held in January.
For more information email mobilize [at] tnlr [dot] org. Learn more about the history of Wild Tongues below.
As part of The Network/La Red’s campaign Survival and Resistance: Power with Survivors, Power for Communities, came our first event — Wild Tongues: Stories for Ourselves. This event reclaimed power by highlighting the experiences of survivors of partner abuse and/or oppression with poetry, music, photographs, art, and choreography. We asked for survivors of partner abuse and oppression to submit their art and share their experience among a community full of support. By popular demand, we will be making Wild Tongues an annual event that we incorporate into all future campaigns. Check out some photos from the event here and if you are interested in participating in the campaign in other ways, please contact mobilize [at] tnlr [dot] org. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram! Interact with our campaign by using the hashtags #TNLResist and #TNLResiste and like our page to stay up to date on upcoming events and actions.