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Poetic Justice: Justice, Inspiration Hope

Date & time
Friday, April 26, 2024
2 p.m. – 5 p.m.

Registration is closed


Maëlle Thelismond, Nerly Michel and Florence Marcelin.


This event is free


engAGE, ACTLab




ER Building
2155 Guy St.
Room 672

Wheel chair accessible


engAGE: Centre for Research in Aging invites you to Poetic Justice: justice, inspiration, hope. This is the third event in our series of joyshops, that were launched by the centre during Black History Month.

Poetic Justice will be hosted by RécitElles, a Montreal collective constituted of Maëlle Thelismond, Nerly Michel and Florence Marcelin. RécitElles will lead participants in an interactive, intergenerational workshop centred on the themes of justice, inspiration and hope, using slam, poetry and djembe.

Join us to share, laugh, think and flourish to the power of words. Learn how poetry can be a fun and accessible manner to engage with and create art in our daily life and to reflect on how poetry can nourish a rich interior life as we age through the passage of time.

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