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The Logistics '19

Who: Revolutionary daughters ages 15+

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

Where: The Bloom Collective - 2000 Greenmount Ave
Baltimore, Maryland 21218 (Sunday workshops)

Press Press - 427 N Eutaw St, Baltimore, MD 21201 (Children's book workshops)

New Song Academy - 1530 Presstman St, Baltimore, MD 21217 (Mural painting workshops)

Maritime Conference Center - 692 Maritime Blvd, Linthicum Heights, MD 21090 (Team-building retreat)

When: Sundays, June 23 - August 18, 12PM-4PM

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 live beyond our stories; to honor our spirits

How: Vigorously, and with love

Deadline to apply: May 25, 2019 at 11:59 PM

Application requirements: Writing sample, interview with teachers + coordinators, and participation in Planted in the Same Pot, our introductory, three-day team-building and meditation retreat

Daughters may earn up to a $1,000 stipend for enthusiastic completion of the program. They are gifted personal libraries and a month's subscription to Netflix. Daughters are encouraged to participate in the creation of our end-of-summer products, including a mural dedicated to Black women writers and a children's book.    


Apply here if you are a first-time candidate.

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

Let me wear the day 

Well so when it reaches you

You will enjoy it.

-Sonia Sanchez