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Almeta Whitis

Using storytelling, songs, movement, and theatre games, Almeta Whitis is known for fostering meaningful exchanges between people within a safe and culturally inclusive learning environment. A former performing arts professor, she has worked globally with diverse communities of children and adults of all ages and received many awards for her artistry.

August 2020

Citizens: A Conversation on Race, Ethnicity, Identity, and Democracy

August 3 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Virtual Classroom NY United States
$138

Unless otherwise noted, SummerWrite camps are offered as 5-session experiences, Monday - Friday. Member Price: $125 Deadline to Register: July 27, 11:59 PM Instructor: Almeta Whitis Age Group: 14+ Using Claudia Rankine’s book Citizen: An American Lyric as a jumping off point, we will engage in discussion and writing around racial identity and social justice issues. We will examine the question of what makes a person the “other.” Through open, ongoing dialogue and an arts process, students will create original…

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I Wonder: Exploring Eternal Questions

August 17 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Virtual Classroom NY United States
$138

Unless otherwise noted, SummerWrite camps are offered as 5-session experiences, Monday - Friday. Member Price: $125 Deadline to Register: August 10, 11:59 PM Instructor: Almeta Whitis Age Group: 14+ Do you enjoy arguing in defense of your ideas? Are you endlessly curious? What about searching for what lies beneath the surface? If so, this is the camp for you! Become a philosopher, learning how to debate and write creatively. Your personal journal will help capture your impressions and refine your…

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