"I’m Just Sayin’ . . ." Writing and Tellin’ Our Stories
A Dynamic Storytelling Workshop

Saturday, October 25, 2003

9 AM – 4 PM
CPDUs or CEUs credits
Tickets: $99– per person
Advance registration is required:
Call Tony Brown 773-722-4340
registration (printable)
At: RAMADA INN ® 4900 South Lake Shore Drive ® Chicago
(includes: workshop, reference guidebook, continental breakfast and lunch)
Note: CPDUs or CEUs credit will be available.

Storytelling Family Concert Featuring:

Onawumi Jean Moss Kucha Brownlee Momma Sandi
Onawumi, storyteller and educator, is Associate Dean of Students at Amherst College in Massachusetts. For over a decade Onawumi’s narratives, lectures, and workshops have utilized the dramatic expression and soulful rhythms of her storytelling as a means of imparting valued knowledge and traditions. Storytelling is the vehicle through which Kucha dawns. Kucha brings over 25 years of performing to the storytelling arena. She is a lead storyteller facilitator for "Words 37," a storytelling program for high school students. She was a consulting artist for Urban Gateway’s "Bicentennial Arts Guide – A Bag of Ideas for Creative Teaching." Saundra Gilliard-Davis, aka Momma Sandi, has emerged as a powerful voice among "story-teachers." A passionate storyteller, playwright, speaker, consultant and seminar leader, Momma Sandi has been captivating and inspiring audiences of all ages for almost two decades.

In partnership with You Favorite Storytellers Foundation
" Embracing Literacy, Imagination and Storytelling"
Your Favorite Storytellers Foundation, 7115 W. North Ave.. PMB #257, Oak Park, IL 60302
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