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How to talk and write about equity, diversity, and inclusion in early music: An Introduction to Circle Practice
January 13 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm EST
Offered for free as part of The Well-Tempered Musician wellness series.
It can be challenging to find the right words when writing and talking about diversity and inclusion. Led by Dr Monica Rojas-Stewart, this session for EMA members focuses on self-reflection and self work around equity and inclusion in your work and personal life.
Facilitator: Dr. Monica Rojas-Stewart (https://www.wearehuayruro.com/theory-of-change)
Monica Rojas-Stewart has a doctorate degree in Cultural Anthropology from the University of Washington and has collaborated as choreographer, cultural consultant, guest artist, music and dance instructor with various K-12, college and community education youth and adult programs throughout the Pacific Northwest. Rojas-Stewart is the founder of DE CAJóN Project and the Movimiento Afrolatino Seattle (MAS), two community grassroots organizations dedicated to educating about the cultural contributions of people of African descent in Peru and Latin America respectively. Rojas-Stewart is co-founder of Huayruro LLC and currently holds two positions as the Assistant Director of the African Studies and of the Latin American and Caribbean Studies programs at the Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies at the University of Washington.
Limited to 20 participants. EMA Membership required.
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