Cart

NewsPeacemaking & Nonviolence

Virtual Event to Feature Voices of Color

By September 22, 2020No Comments

Phyllis invites you to participate in “Voices,” a virtual open mic highlighting voices of color. Sponsored by the Brookings Arts Council and the South Dakota Humanities Council, “Voices” will be held on October 8th at 6:30PM.

This event will be hosted through Zoom and anyone may attend. However, readers at the event must reside in Brookings County and/or be a current student at South Dakota State University.

Registration is available online at brookingsartscouncil.org. Non-electronic registration will be available at the Brookings Arts Council outdoor art distribution center starting this Saturday.

The deadline for registering to read at the event is midnight on Sunday, October 4th. Registration for the event for non-readers will be open till October 8th. Kas Williams, Chief Diversity Officer for South Dakota State University, will be the emcee.

For more information or questions please contact the Brookings Arts Council at 605-692-4177 or directorbac@swiftel.net. The BAC is located at 524 4th.

Working with Phyllis on the planning team are Kas Williams, Nieema Thasing, Ashley Ragsdale, and Ruth Harper.

Deep peace,

 

Join my inner circle of readers. I’ll send Staying Power most Sundays to sustain you. Or Staying Power Plus each month to inform you of my author news. Or The Daily Boost every weekday to inspire you. All free!



Phyllis Cole-Dai

Phyllis Cole-Dai has authored or edited eleven books in multiple genres, including historical fiction, spiritual nonfiction and poetry. She lives in Brookings, South Dakota, USA.