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Where Bright Thoughts Like Rivers Flow: Storytelling and Writing With and For the Cherokee NationVirtual/Online
The Department of Writing and Rhetoric at the University of Central Florida hosts a virtual presentation by Dr. Emily Legg. Through a careful weaving of traditional Cherokee stories, cultural practices of duyuk'ta, and archival recovery work, Dr. Legg illustrates the participatory nature of Indigenous storytelling and the ways builds and sustains a community of knowledge-makers across time and place. Dr. Emily Legg is a Cherokee Nation citizen and assistant professor
With More Than Words: Exploring Material Rhetorics and Social ChangeUnion West Creative Village 601 W Livingston St, Orlando, Florida
University of Central Florida's Department of Writing and Rhetoric presents a series of free and engaging community workshop sessions on April 7 that explore the intersections of storytelling, art, and activism through expert presentations, hands-on activities, and facilitated discussions. Sessions are free and open to all ages. Registration is required to attend. Attendees can register for one session or more. Schedule of Events for April 7: 1-2 PM: "Quiting as