Past Comunidades Conectadas
Anti-Violence Story Circle
What are the different kinds of violence we experience in our communities and our homes? How do we help our communities process violence, understand the roots of it, and develop tools to stop it before it starts?
Tune in to our socials on Wednesday, June 22nd 7:00-8:30pm Facebook and Youtube Live to watch an open discussion with Philadelphians and guest speaker Rosalind Pichardo around violence prevention, healing, y comunidad. Together, we will share stories. Unidos, we will dream up ideas and solutions for a healthier, safer and more freeing world. Be part of the conversation and participate in the comments on the live feed!
Hash Tags: #comunidad #violenceprevention #healing #storycircle #northphilly #unidos
What does it mean to be well? How do you know when you are not well? Join us on April 25th at 7pm for an interactive and creative workshop on balance and wellness.
We’ll explore the different kinds of wellness, share stories of our own journey towards balance, and leave with practical tools we can use to start fresh in Spring 2022!
A story circle on Afro-Latinidad
Una discusión sobre la Afro-Latinidad
In the first Story Circle event of the year, we had an amazing discussion on African history and heritage in Latin America and the Caribbean with Dr. Louisa Ossa and Andres "Chulisi" Rodriguez.
Holiday Story Circle & Bingo Night
In the last Story Circle event, the community members enjoyed a fun bingo games to say goodbye the hard year with PST members!
Reconnecting in Disconnected Times /Conectándonos en tiempos desconectados
Sin duda, la pandemia ha sido muy difícil para todos. ¡Ven a relajarte con nosotros! ¡Únete a Comunidades Conectadas para una noche de juegos, risa y conexión mientras procesamos juntos estos 20 meses!
¡Habrá premios de cash!
¡Recursos para la salud mental!
Immigration: A Survival Guide
Join Comunidades Conectadas as we discuss immigration and what it takes to build a stable life in America. We will be sharing resources across communities. Come prepared with your unanswered questions and your best advice for newly arrived neighbors.
A legal expert will be present to answer your questions.
Arabic and Spanish translators will also be available.
September -October 2019
Gatherings En El Barrio
Paid opportunity for North Philly residents*
Do you live in North Philly? Here’s a special chance to eat delicious food, see MinorityLand for free, and make some money!
Power Street is hosting three community gatherings which include food and a free ticket to our next show. As we connect with neighbors over food and drinks at West Kensington Ministry, a Power Street facilitator will host a conversation about what stories are on the community's mind in connection with themes from MinorityLand such as preserving communities. Then we'll enjoy a free performance of MinorityLand at West Kensington Ministry. Your voice matters to us - so much that you'll receive a $25 gift card just for joining us! Each gathering is limited to 20 people!
What’s the catch? None...except we’d like to invite you back for one last dinner and conversation after the run of MinorityLand. There will be food, drinks, and another conversation about the show - and you’ll get a $50 gift card for joining us once again!
*This program is only available for residents in the 19134, 19133, 19125, 19124, 19122, and 19140 zip codes.
Free transportation to the theatre!
We know that transportation can be a challenge and we want to make it easier for you to see MinorityLand at West Kensington Ministry.
Select a pick-up point below, from one of our incredible community partners, purchase a $15 Comunidades Conectades Bus ticket to MinorityLand in advance (youth tickets available for pay-what-you-can), then meet us at Camp Sojourner or Asian Arts Initiative for free round trip transportation! Power Street is known for selling out so purchase your tickets in advance as soon as you can!
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This program is made possible because of the crucial support provided by the William Penn Foundation and Bread and Roses Future Fund.