“Telling the truth is a tricky endeavor, and yet, it is a freeing one…to get [free], the church has a lot of work to do.” — Kaitlin Curtice, Native
Join our Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Ministry on March 22nd at the Winter Park Library for a special Author Salon with Kaitlin Curtice. Kaitlin exists at a profound intersection of Christian and Indigenous inheritance as a woman writer and poet. She carries stories, energizes communities, and imagines the freedom which comes from loving one another fully.
Kaitlin Curtice is an award-winning author, poet-storyteller, and public speaker. As an enrolled citizen of the Potawatomi nation, Kaitlin writes on the intersections of spirituality and identity and how that shifts throughout our lives. She also speaks on these topics to diverse audiences who are interested in truth-telling and healing. Kaitlin will offer a 45-minute lecture and book signing but does not do Q&A.
All are welcome at this free event, but registration is required through Winter Park Library. This event is presented in partnership by the DEI Ministry of First UMC Winter Park, Knowles Chapel at Rollins College, and the Winter Park Library.