Find out how one woman uses stories to help people see themselves and others in a new light. In this interview, I talk with Yvette Angelique Hyater-Adams, a "storytelling facilitator", poet, and writer. We cover discrimination, the women's movement, race, power, "unpacking self" , hair, and what all of that has to do with telling a story.
I recently met Yvette at the See the Girl summit in Jacksonville, Florida. I participated in one of her workshops and then had the pleasure of sitting next to her at dinner. We immediately launched into an intense conversation as we shared tomatoes and french fries. We found that we have a lot in common, particularly our love of words and stories.
I was so impressed not only with Yvette and her work but also with her wide range of experience that I wanted to introduce her to my readers. If you, too, are a lover of stories and are interested in how you might harness their power to transform the world around you, I encourage you to have a listen. You can also learn more about Yvette here. If you have a story you’d like help with, go here.
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