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Power of words Author Panel | Aminata Cairo- 8/29/21
Power of words Author Panel | Aminata Cairo- 8/29/21

Sun, Aug 29


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Power of words Author Panel | Aminata Cairo- 8/29/21

The Power of Words Author Panel w/ Host Theresa Davis. The Power of Words Author Panel brings together three to four authors each month.

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Aug 29, 2021, 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM

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SouthArts, Fulton County Arts Council, and Georgia Council for the Arts. Funding provided in part by a grant from the Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta, and our many individual donors and partners.


The Power of Words Author Panel brings together each month four authors who utilize words to express powerful narratives, connection, and musing from a diversity of lenses.



Aminata Cairo 

Holding Space:  A Storytelling Approach to Trampling Diversity and Inclusion

Holding Space is the new book by Aminata Cairo, anthropologist, psychologist, dancer, educator, and the former lecturer (research professor) of Inclusive Education.  In that position she was the first and only research professor of African descent in the Netherlands.

Her work approaches the pursuit of inclusivity and breaks boundaries in diversity.  She uses Indigenous Knowledge, the Blues Aesthetics, Holy Hip Hop, Caribbean and Black Feminist Theories to spread her vision.



Theresa Davis

Theresa Davis is an educator, storyteller, poet, author, poetry slam champion, and the host of the award-winning open mic Java Speaks. She has performed on stages across the nation as a poet and keynote speaker. She was a classroom teacher for over 25 years, specializing in cross-curricular education. As a slam poet, Theresa has competed individually and on teams for over a decade and in 2011 won the Women of the World Poetry Slam.

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