Use Your Voice
This week reminds us of the power of expression — to inform, to amplify, to empathize, to connect, and to promote understanding.
How can listening help us learn and grow? How can sharing our stories promote discussion and understanding? How can we partner our creativity with purpose?
Today, we’re sharing classes on the power of using our voices, and our first in a series of month-long posts honoring Pride. We hope these will leave you inspired to use your voice to create change.
Classes to Create with Purpose
Creative Writing: Crafting Personal Essays with Impact
Digital Illustration for All: Discover, Cultivate and Share Your Unique Personal Style
Make Art to Drive Change: Mirko Ilic on Color, Type, and Icons
Powerful Storytelling Today: Strategies for Crafting Great Content
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Q&A with Ashley C. FordIn honor of Pride, each week this June we’re sharing conversations with queer members of our teaching community. This week, acclaimed writer Ashley C. Ford joins us to discuss how staying personal is key to her creativity.
“When you write about love, when you write about your version of love, your version of pain, your version of anger, your version of fear — somebody else out there can relate to that.”