ACTIONS and Activist Support
"Parcon brings us back to our bodies and our inherent need for play and adventure... Various exercises were explored in such a way that gave each participant to experience what it means for them be in a position of power, and in other cases to be the one who does not have power. Exercises were also culminated with a discussion and feedback. These allowed the participants to have a chance to express more ideas, make connection between the exercises and her daily lives, and also create meaningful conversations with other participants and through their different lens and experience. " - Ea Torrado
Where: Duke Ellington Circle and J Marion Sims Statue
When: Afternoon in October 15th, 2017
Who: 6 Movers and Activist expert to guide discussion
What: The first hour we held a Parcon class, the second hour, conversations with a field expert on DACA, and the final hour a Parcon Action on the Marion Sims statue. Sims was the founder of "modern day gynecology," who maimed and killed hundreds of slave women to develop his techniques.
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