The Symposium will take place at the Geneva Ivey Day School located at 2019 Rhode Island Ave NE, Washington DC beginning with a Pre-Tent Pamper session, guided sessions and inspirational talk from 6pm-9pm on Fri, April 13th. The Symposium program will run on Saturday, April 14th from 9am-5pm and continue on Sunday, April 15th from 12pm-5:30pm. The Symposium which will feature workshops on the following topics: “What’s the Martyr With You?: Getting Past Control Dramas & Getting on with Life Part I & Part II”, “Stop Asking For Permission: How to Stop Getting in Your Own Way & Get the Business Results You Desire!”, “Taking Care Of Our Sexy Body Parts”, “Sacred Womb Stories and the Importance of Sisterhood, Ritual and Self Care”, “Sexually Free: My Ego and Me”, “Stop Feeding Your Fibroids: Eating for Optimal Womb Health”, “Letting the Moon Light Your Way: Strategies for Harnessing the Power of Each Moon Cycle to Manifest your Dreams”, “Master Attractor: How to Draw in Your Heart’s Desires Using Everything They DIDN’T Tell You About the Law of Attraction”, “The Power of Talk”, “Respect Your Flow: Reclaiming Our Sacred Menstrual Cycle”, “Mother, Maiden, Sage: Moving Through Womanhood, An Exercise In Movement”. The panel discussion will be held on the following topic: “If We Don’t Who Will: The Importance of Advocacy”. There will also be a lecture titled “Fierce Venus: A New Archetype for 21st Century Women”.
Women from all walks of life are invited to participate, especially college and young women between the ages of 13-17 (with a guardian). In the 21st century it is vital that women continue to embrace and nurture each other in the real and created bonds of sisterhood.
The creator of the symposium and Associate Professor of English at Prince George’s Community College, Risikat Okedeyi states, “The world is shifting and women are starting to understand the power of their sacred feminine. The tent is a safe and sacred space to explore how our power can be used to bring balance into our lives and communities. Our topics are solutions orientated and based on the submissions alone; I think we are on the right track.”
In addition to the symposium, there will also be a Pop-Up Marketplace that will take place during lunch on Saturday & Sunday. If interested in becoming a vendor, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information on the event and how to register for The Red Tent Symposium for Women, please visit www.entertheredtent.com.
About LiL SoSo Productions
Founded in September 2001, LiL SoSo Productions (LSP) is woman-owned and run production company that focuses on event concepts and support for performing artists. With over 12 years of domestic and international planning experience, LSP has been a noted force in live music and event concept production in the metropolitan DC area. Its owner Risikat Okedeyi is also a full-time professor of English at Prince George’s Community College in Largo, MD and was recently recognized as one of Prince George’s County’s “Forty Under 40” by the PG County Social Innovation Fund.
# # #
Candice Nicole PR was founded in June 2007.CNPR is a Public Relations boutique firm that specializes in representing R&B, Pop, & Hip Hop artist, and entertainment events.