Earthing/Unearthing: Exploring Our Kinship with this Land
New Orleans Center for the Gulf South, in partnership with renowned poet and scholar Aurora Levins Morales, invites you to apply to a writing workshop. The workshop will be on Saturday, March 23 from 10am-12:30pm in Tulane University's Newcomb Hall, Room #119.

Earthing/Unearthing will use a collective process to probe our stories about how we’re connected to the land and waters of the Gulf Coast. We’ll work together to name our questions, examine contradictions, and craft new versions of our kinship. Please complete the survey by Thursday, March 21, 5pm CST. You will be notified of your acceptance into the workshop by Friday, March 22.

For any questions or concerns, e-mail Denise Frazier, Assistant Director of New Orleans Center for the Gulf South, at dfrazier@tulane.edu.

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Where did you grow up? Where do you think of yourself as from?
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Who are your people? (ancestors, kinfolk.)
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What is your relationship to the Gulf South? How deep are your roots and if not from here, what brought you?
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