This month’s Literary Happy Hour at New Haven’s very own Happiness Lab at the Grove
There is power in the word. The written word. The spoken word. Every Martin Luther King Day at the Peabody Museum the power in the word is on display as the invited poets take to the stage and take the audience on a high speed emotional roller coaster ride. In this space issues meet, collide […]
A lush/hard, light/dark photoshoot with poet, organizer & activist Elizabeth Larkin at the Institute Library
Martin Luther King Day in New Haven is more than a day off. A day filled with events there are many opportunities to learn more about the legacy of King, hear the voices of those affected by that legacy and build community. Check back later for more images from the day.
This event featured the Poets of Columbus Family Academy and Fair Haven School. Aaron Jafferis, a well known poet here in New Haven hosted and there were special guest poets from Solar Youth. The Word has been a powerful too helping students learn to read, write, analyze, and perform poetry. See more photos in the Facebook […]
The Youth Day Project holds a monthly open mic which moves between venues (usually libraries) in the city. These events are opportunities for the city’s youth to come out enjoy each others company, some free food and a place to express themselves or show off their talents. This month’s forum took place at the Fair […]
Martin Luther King Day in New Haven means activity. There are many things to do and I was fortunate to get to several of them. Come with me as I travel between events at Wexler Grant school, Hard Street with some seniors and the Peabody Museum. The day started off at the Wexler Grant school […]