Let me wear the day 

Well so when it reaches you

You will enjoy it.

-Sonia Sanchez

The Logistics '20

Who: Revolutionary daughters ages 15+ who have attended the program in the past 

What: An intensive, critical reading and writing workshop series dedicated to the dissection and creation of literary and artistic works (with some self-love, self-inquiry, gardening, herbalism and yoga thrown in there)

Where: Harriet Tubman's Internet

When: The week of July 5-11 (Planted in the Same Pot)

Sundays, July 12 - August 9 (Workshops + yoga)

Select weekdays (Electives + writing coaching)

Why: To tell the truth about Black women and girls; to expedite a shift in consciousness; to provide a safe space within which to create; to build critical reading, writing and thinking skills; to fill the intellectual and creative gaps often produced by summer break; to grow with those planted in the same pot; to grow things that nourish and sustain us; to live beyond our stories; to honor our spirits

How: Vigorously, and with love

Deadline to apply: June 14, 2020 at 11:59 PM

Application requirements: Former participation in ARS, writing sample, video interview, and participation in Planted in the Same Pot, our introductory, week-long team-building and meditation retreat

Daughters may earn up to a $500 stipend for enthusiastic completion of the program. They are gifted personal libraries, iTunes gift cards and customized journals. Daughters are encouraged and expected to participate in one-one-one writing workshops, at least one elective and the creation of this year's end-of-summer product - a documentary cataloguing their experiences during COVID-19.    


Apply here if you've attended A Revolutionary Summer in the past.  

Click the fractured atlas link to make a tax deductible contribution!