Governor’s Island, House 8A
Free and open to the public
A healing imaginative creative session that has participants exploring the idea of finding “home” after the migration. This will be a closed intentional writing session between undocumented migrants, formerly undocumented and children of immigrants. This session will be for two hours, and after we are done the space will open to the general public.
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Featured Keynote Speaker at Brown University's LGBTQ Center as part of their Queer Legacy Series.
Providing Opportunities, Dreams and Education in Riverside (PODER) is an organization that is dedicated to serving undocumented students and allies on campus as well as the community brings Sonia Guinansaca to campus to host a creative writing workshop for undocumented migrant students just in time for Coming Out Month.
Speaking at the "Taking a Stand " class as part of the ongoing exhibition on Activist New York . Discussing personal narrative and activism in New York city.