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Writing Circle/Write-In

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  • Date: June 15
  • Time: 4:30pm - 5:30pm
  • Location: Zoom: Salon

Writing + Meditation for Teens

Writing + Meditation is a free monthly drop-in writing workshop where students will explore different ways of meditation with intentional writing prompts. 

A Student’s TO-DO List: 

  1. Study for a test 
  2. Finish 3rd period assignment 
  3. Eat 
  4. Get ready for practice 
  5. Talk to bestie 
  6. Do my homework 
  7. Look for a job 
  8. Take care of myself? 

If you find yourself at the middle of the month, middle of the week, needing a space to stop everything for a moment and just “be” – join writer and educator Naa Akua to help you slow down, calm down, and learn how to take care of yourself through meditation. Be prepared to experience calm and fun!

Please note that this is a program for TEENS ONLY! Because this program involves youth, we require that all participants who join via Zoom start the hour with their cameras on so that Hugo House instructors can verify the identity of attendees. If you don’t verify your identity by turning on your camera when asked by the instructor, we reserve the right to remove you from the Zoom meeting. If you have any questions about this policy, please send an email to youth@hugohouse.org.

Naa Akua

Naa Akua

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Naa Akua, is a New York-born poet, actor, educator, and sound-word practitioner who is Ghanaian/Bajan and queer. Akua uses the vibratory energy of sound and the intent of words as a vehicle towards healing. Akua, former 2019 Citizen University Poet-in-Residence is a Writers in the Schools (Seattle Arts & Lectures) Writer-in-Residence at Franklin High School, Hugo House teacher, and Young Women Empowered (Y-WE) youth facilitator. www.naaakua.com

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