Class Listing - by Instructor

Name Biography Email
Anita Friday Anita Cason Friday is the founder of Open Hearts: A Path for Racial Healing. She is a skilled facilitator and has developed lectures, workshops and curriculum which address issues of America's painful relationship with race. She has also served as a panelist at events with topics including criminal justice, racial justice, educational justice and prison reform. Anita is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania and Georgetown Law Center. She lives with her family in Berwyn, PA. Ultimately, participants in her workshops are asked: What will you do to dismantle racism? N/A
Sue Laskin Sue Laskin, Experienced Canasta Teacher suelaskin@comcast.net
Christina Lisk I have a lifelong passion for storytelling, which has driven me to write professionally, teach workshops, and help others heal through storytelling. My B.A. from Bryn Mawr College is in English literautre. Creative writing has taken me to multiple parts of the country, ranging from The East Los Angeles Performing Arts Academy to Mighty Writers West in Philadelphia. Other experience includes writing about hearing loss for Phonak and wellness for Your Integrated Hypnosis. Professional experience also includes public relations, performance art, and grant writing. Currently, I am conducting independent research on Italian language and culture for my own novel, a disability love story involving an Italian man and American woman. Whether in professional or personal outlets, writing is the center of my world and I am happy to share it with anyone who wants to learn. N/A