Starting Monday March 16, we suspended all in-person class meetings in our NYC offices, through at least May 1 (seven full weeks). All classes will meet online. This includes classes already in progress.
When this pandemic is over, we hope to reopen our doors and offer comfort and sanctuary to our communities—as women of color so often have.
They suggest that we can get through adversity, that things could always be worse. And sometimes, the best of these stories are genuinely full of love.
I see a wall as tantamount to rejection: to create a physical barrier is to reject the possibility of familiarity.
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