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Memory Tattered and Torn is now striking Feminine Potential

Constance Simpson Presenting in Bosnia 10th year of the Kolo: Women's Cross Cultural Collaboration, March 2010, is also the illustrator for Danica Anderson's Book: "Blood & Honey." Eight years of supporting the kolo work, Simpson's art sheds light on the greater issues of communal and individual memory that triggered body and soul pilfered to nothing by the prevailing patriarchal cults. Sabena from Cerna Gora on left, translates for Constance Simpson on right.

Categorized in these topics: Blood & Honey Engendered Practices Female Social Justice Feminine Matrix and Female Culture Kolo Trauma Format Social Memory Women's Trauma Issues


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