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University of San Francisco – Sheryl Evans Davis, Saidah Leatutufu-Burch >> During this session, we will explore corrective narrative storytelling, highlighting strategies focused on rectifying the biased narratives associated with BIPOC communities. Students will learn how to use music, film, poetry, and visual arts to share stories that celebrate communities of color.|All Groups|
October 24 @ 09:45
09:45 — 10:45(1h)
University of San Francisco
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