"IT TAKES A VILLAGE: ENTRY POINTS OF CHANGE"

An Off the Wall Panel featuring Charmaine Minniefield '95 and Yehimi Cambron '14

Date: February 11, 2019 

Time: 6-8 p.m.

Location: Agnes Scott College, Campbell Hall

Cost: Free, but seating is limited, so registration is required

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In partnership with Agnes Scott College, WonderRoot presents "It Takes A Village: Entry Points of Change," an Off the Wall panel featuring Charmaine Minniefield '95, Yehimi Cambron '14, Dana Tzegaegbe and Erin Lebow-Skelley.
 
Panelists will discuss their experience as Off the Wall artists and community partners and how they affect lasting social change from a variety of entry points: art, education, storytelling, community organizing, cross-sector partnership and more. This panel will draw connections between contemporary human rights organizing and Atlanta's rich legacy of civil rights activism, with a focus on how each one of us can find our place in today's movements for justice.
 
Charmaine Minniefield & Yehimi Cambrón are both Agnes Scott alumnae and Off the Wall muralists. Dana Tzegaegbe and Erin Lebow-Skelley both served as Off the Wall Community Partners: Dana Tzegaegbe works as Program Officer for Innovation at CARE; Erin Lebow-Skelley is the Public Health Program Associate at Emory University's Department of Behavioral Sciences and Health Education.
Learn more about the Off The Wall initiative and our alumnae Charmaine Minniefield '95 and Yehimi Cambron '14 in the feature stories below.
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A public reception will be held in Jones Atrium at 6 p.m., followed by the panel discussion in Frances Bailey Graves Auditorium at 7 p.m. Parking is available in the West Parking Facility on S. McDonough Street. An Off the Wall Panel featuring Charmaine Minniefield '95 and Yehimi Cambron '14