Anger is important. Too often women are required to hide our anger, it becomes something we can only feel in private, sometimes so much that we become detached from it altogether. Sharing anger with other people is vital. Sharing anger is a spark for collective action. Anger is important. Anger is a reasonable response to injustice. Anger is what motivates us to make things right. Join us in a welcoming and friendly space for a session of creative writing, movement and voice exercises designed to help explore, share, and express anger.
Open to all students who identify as female.