yesterday i felt so heard. i didn’t speak but some repressed pain and emotion felt listened to, tended to, and legitimized through the artwork and narratives shard at @thebodyahomeforlove storytelling series and talk.
— mia ghogho, event attendee

P R O G R A M M I N G W I T H I N T E N T I O N

 

with an emphasis on the black female experience, the body: a home for love curates safe spaces for sexual assault survivors of all backgrounds to explore healing and self-love, while cultivating a supportive community. the body centers visual storytelling and dialogue as the heart of its current program offerings, and will soon expand into podcasts, activations and other artistic media. 


our current traveling photo exhibition + pop up experience features discussions with thought-leaders, advocates and everyday women. the goal is to invalidate any and all influences faulting survivors for their abuse and empower survivors to find solace in vulnerability and collective healing. 


 
 

see where we’re headed next

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