Upcoming Events with the Aya Collective

Teaching Tuesdays, November 29th

Our Teaching Tuesday event featuring authors from the Let the Black Women Say Ase’ has been rescheduled for Tuesday, November 29 from 6 – 7.30 pm CST. Click on the link to register so that we know you are coming. Register.

And if you haven’t already, don’t forget to get your copy of the book here.

Sacred Saturdays

Sacred Saturdays is a time to come together and write in community with each other. We open each session with a grounding activity and check in, and then spend the remainder of our time working on projects that are of interest to us. Our next session is Saturday, November 18th from 8 – 9.30 a.m. Are you able to join us? Register here.

Wanna Join a Reading Group?

Do you have a love for reading? Are you interested in building community with other Black women? We invite you to join us for our upcoming reading group which will launch in the New Year. Sign up with your name, email address, and whether or not you have a particular book you would like to read together. Register.

Give to the Max Day

Make a donation to the Aya Collective for Give to the Max Day, Thursday November 17. Your tax deductible donation of $10, $100, or $1000 will enable us to keep producing texts that center the experience and voice of Black women. Donate.

Announcing New Partnership

The Aya Collective and Strive Publishing are partnering together to collect manuscripts from Black women who are wanting to take their first step into writing. We seek to elevate the stories of Black women who have been sitting on short story ideas that they have not started to write, or who have a manuscript of poems that they have not yet published, or an essay that they are ready to share with the world. Does this sound like you? Fill out this short application below with your idea centered on the theme of Finding the Voice Within and submit it no later than January 1, 2023. Submit.

Additionally, you can find out more about the Aya Collective and Strive Publishing, our work, and more by joining us for the next Teaching Tuesday event on November 29th.

Published by ebonyjohanna

I wear my faith like a royal garment, I treasure it, I respect it, I live and respond out of it, calling others to enter into a lifestyle of walking in the garden, in the cool of the day...with their creator. I beg for change; I crave harmony and unity between you and I. Like the rivers crave water, it is so much a part of my being, so much a part of me!

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