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July 10,2020

by Andrea Martinez

Artists@Miista - Live conversation with Jacquelyn Ogorchukwu

For a couple of years now we have been building a community of creatives who have shared their beliefs and values with us, individually and as a brand. In the past, we have met incredible women with whom we have had conversations with on the importance of creativity, collaboration and craftsmanship. In 2020 we have really focused on creating ways to support our friends and coming up with solutions that make this industry a safe place for all.

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We are listening, we are learning and are following our hearts and we have designed an ongoing program of digital Live events with artists, artisans and creatives, because we want to feel connected again.

Artists@Miista gives a voice to our community of collaborators engaging with our audience digitally and physically in a meaningful way.

This month, we want to focus our discussion on the social impact of the current institutional crisis and the imperative focus on standing up together. Racism is often thought of as a social, economic and political issue, but the emotional and psychological dimension tends to be forgotten.

TOGETHERNESS MONTH

On 17th of July, Miista Instagram Live will host Jacquelyn Ogorchukwu in a conversation about wellness and racism.

Jacquelyn is the author of 'The Geometry of Being Black' and poetry love letter to the Black community. Passionate about creating inclusive experiences and products in the wellness space., she has developed a body of work focused on exploring the roots and healing process of racial trauma.

“As a society, we often talk about racism, but rarely ever do we talk about how it affects the health of our people.” - Jacquelyn Ogorchukwu

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Tune into Miista's IG Live on Friday the 17th July 20, 6pm GMT.

Add to your calendar here.

During the Live session we will be fundraising money for the The Loveland foundation, a non-profit organisation founded by academic and activist, Rachel Cargle, committed to giving black communities access to therapy. 

There are many other ways to give to the Loveland Therapy Fund, you can learn more about their social work on their website.

You know the gist. See you on the other side of a screen.
Your Miistas.

July 10,2020

by Andrea Martinez

Artists@Miista - Live conversation with Jacquelyn Ogorchukwu

For a couple of years now we have been building a community of creatives who have shared their beliefs and values with us, individually and as a brand. In the past, we have met incredible women with whom we have had conversations with on the importance of creativity, collaboration and craftsmanship. In 2020 we have really focused on creating ways to support our friends and coming up with solutions that make this industry a safe place for all.

085A2053-Recovered

We are listening, we are learning and are following our hearts and we have designed an ongoing program of digital Live events with artists, artisans and creatives, because we want to feel connected again.

Artists@Miista gives a voice to our community of collaborators engaging with our audience digitally and physically in a meaningful way.

This month, we want to focus our discussion on the social impact of the current institutional crisis and the imperative focus on standing up together. Racism is often thought of as a social, economic and political issue, but the emotional and psychological dimension tends to be forgotten.

TOGETHERNESS MONTH

On 17th of July, Miista Instagram Live will host Jacquelyn Ogorchukwu in a conversation about wellness and racism.

Jacquelyn is the author of 'The Geometry of Being Black' and poetry love letter to the Black community. Passionate about creating inclusive experiences and products in the wellness space., she has developed a body of work focused on exploring the roots and healing process of racial trauma.

“As a society, we often talk about racism, but rarely ever do we talk about how it affects the health of our people.” - Jacquelyn Ogorchukwu

085A2016

Tune into Miista's IG Live on Friday the 17th July 20, 6pm GMT.

Add to your calendar here.

During the Live session we will be fundraising money for the The Loveland foundation, a non-profit organisation founded by academic and activist, Rachel Cargle, committed to giving black communities access to therapy. 

There are many other ways to give to the Loveland Therapy Fund, you can learn more about their social work on their website.

You know the gist. See you on the other side of a screen.
Your Miistas.