Sat, Oct 24 | To Whom it DOES concern

To Whom it DOES concern with Janet Rogers

In this workshop and reading, participants will be invited to consider their real voice vs. their public voice through a letter writing exercise. Often times the letter is measured in tone, balance, information, clarity and intention. The letter may be written to produce reaction, response or...
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Oct 24, 2020, 1:00 PM
To Whom it DOES concern

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