Join Malikah and We, Ceremony for a self-defense and healing workshop on Thursday, October 11th. Now more than ever we need to protect ourselves from gender-based violence and uplift vulnerable communities under our current political climate. Learn the tools and feel empowered with physical combat and protective strategies to utilize in threatening situations.
How can social media create agency within Boston’s communities? We, Ceremony joins other leading Boston-area thinkers, institutions, entrepreneurs, activists, and artists at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston for a free public forum. Hear from these thought-leaders in an open discussion based on prevalent themes within current exhibitions that impact the City of Boston culturally, socially, and politically.
Celebrate the launch of We, Ceremony's first e-book: Liberación/Liberasyon/Libertação/解放: Unapologetic Women of Color. This e-book features Chardline Chanel-Faiteu, Zubeda Khan, and Lydia López, three women of color in Boston who are changing our communities. You'll also get the chance to hear from them in a fireside chat.
Join us to learn about We, Ceremony - a digital platform that uses storytelling to empower and celebrate the unique voices of women of color. You’ll hear from the personal narratives of Iliana and Mu, the women behind We, Ceremony, and how they are using storytelling to create representation and dignified opportunities for women of color.
Kick off Women's History Month with Contemporary Women of Color Making History, an evening panel presented by We, Ceremony in collaboration with the Cambridge Public Library. Learn from the personal narratives and journey of three local women of color (Sonia Espinosa, Amma Marfo, and ChrysanthemumTran) who are changing Boston and beyond. Through this conversation, we aim to inspire and mobilize our guests to take actionable steps to combat the different "isms" that challenge their lives
This talk will focus on the personal narratives of Iliana and Mu, as women of color from El Salvador and Taiwan, respectively, and how storytelling can be used as a tool for healing and validation, while empowering communities and uplifting voices rarely heard from, but urgently needed
We, Ceremony is proud to present our first Gallery Talk. Join us on Thursday, May 12th for an evening filled with real stories from women of color. We will be exhibiting photographs of past features followed by a panel discussion led by influential women of color.