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Bundok, a Tagalog word meaning, "Mountain," here represents the inherited trauma passed down thru the generations. Mounting pressure as time goes on, from society, family, and oneself.
Just as trauma can affect families for many generations, healing can ripple through and soothe those wounds. Whether it’s a child deciding to go to therapy, or a father admitting that they have caused pain, or is in fact the one who is in pain, it’s beautiful when a family is able to find a way to push forward together.
On May 2nd, five individuals will share their victories in inter-generational healing and what that means for them as POC. These folks are artists, directors, writers, teachers of different backgrounds. Join the discussion!
Amanda Bravo - Founding Committee Member & Artistic Director of Yo Soy LOLA
Jay Cottle - Executive Director of Dunamis
JennyMae Kho - Writer, Musician, and Multidisciplinary Artist
Leslie Condon - Artist
Maria Servellon - Filmmaker, Multimedia Artist, and Educator
If you have any questions about the popup exhibit, please feel free to drop us a line at CreativesOfColorBoston [at] gmail [dot] com.
This event is proudly brought to you via the partnership and support of Dunamis and their Seeds of Joy program!
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