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ONLINE: Free Poets Collective Interview
June 13 @ 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm EDT
Free Poets Collective Presents: The Listening Tree at The Buttonwood Tree
Live from The Buttonwood Tree. An innovative program, interviewing guests from any background. Finding beauty in hidden places, talking with interesting people, their stories of hope, struggles and ability to find expression during difficult times.
Join us for our first episode featuring Jael Uribe, founder and creator of Woman Scream Festival, A worldwide cause against women abuse.
Saturday June 13th, 1PM.
About Jael Uribe
Born in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, Uribe graduated in Publicity Arts. She has a Master in Editorial and Graphic Design and a Diplomat in Public Relations and Corporate Communication. She is a writer, designer, storyteller, poet and painter. She is CEO of the Mujeres Poetas Internacional (Women Poets International Movement) and the initiator of the Grito de Mujer (Woman Scream International Festival), an annual global celebration of events, to honor women and against women violence. She has received the “Freedom of Expression Award” in Norway, for her cultural involvement defending women and human rights through her projects. Uribe also received the International Poetry Award Vicente Rodríguez-Nietzsche by the Puerto Rico International Poetry Festival, and recently received recognition from the NY Assembly. She has been featured in Forbes Magazine, Fierce by Mitu, among other publications. Her poetry and articles have been translated into several languages. Learn more about Jael Uribe at http://jaeluribe.blogspot.com and meet her project http://womanscreamfestival.com.
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Check out the full interview with Jael Uribe below!