Emancipate Yourself Monologue Production
Saturday, September 27, 2014 from 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM (EDT)
Fort Lauderdale, FL
This is a monologue production presented by the Isaiah Sixty1 Project in collaboration with Young Leaders of Today, LLC. The cast will share their story and highlight the issues that women face (abuse, suicide, sexuality, etc.) as well as touch upon the true nature of womanhood. The recurring themes will center on faith, freedom, and resiliency. This event is for mature audience only. Children under 13 are not permitted.
About the movement: Emancipate Yourself Monologue Production is a movement to raise awareness on sexual abuse and to liberate women from the chains that have kept them bound. It is our hope that by sharing our stories we can empower other women to no longer suffer in silence and find healing in the stories of other women.
Did you know? Sexual abuse is defined as a type of maltreatment that involves a child, or an adult in any form of sexual activity, that provides sexual gratification or financial benefit to the perpetrator, including contacts for sexual purposes, molestation, statutory rape, prostitution, exposure, incest, or other sexually exploitative activities.
For more information about the Emancipate Yourself Monologue Production & the Isaiah Sixty1 Project, please contact Caleine Ajusma at emancipateU@gmail.com
Sponsorship opportunities available! Please contact Director if you would like to participate as a sponsor!
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
You may but we will also have a list.
What is the refund policy?
We are not able to refund the tickets.
Where should I park?
There is free parking available on a first come first serve basis. In addition street parking is available.
For all additional questions, please contact us via our Facebook event page, Isaiah Sixty1 Project. See you soon!
When & Where
Isaiah Sixty1 Project
ABOUT THE FOUNDER:
Caleine Ajusma is a native of South Florida with Caribbean roots. She is passionate about women’s issues and advocating on their behalf. She has worked as a client advocate and a counselor for at-risk girls in the community. She has traveled to Washington, D.C. and Tallahassee, FL to advocate for programming for girls that is gender-specific and gender-responsive as well as awareness for human trafficking. Caleine is a humanitarian who stands by Gandhi’s quote, “Be the change you wish to see in the world.”