In difficult times, we must remember to come together in all the ways that count. We have been donating, collecting, and lending our minds, bodies, and pockets to the relief efforts. We also need to have time to gather and enjoy ourselves, to have release, and to find a way to find light in dark times.
The NAGB is happy to host a free Open Mic Night with a special drumming performance by Ubuntu. This is the time for togetherness, and to continue doing relief-work we need to do this release-work, with our family, friends, and kin. Spoken word, poetry, music and all manner of goodness to soothe your spirit.
“We Gatchu: Sanctuary After The Storm” is a joint initiative between the NAGB and the Mental Health Professional community to tend to the emotional wellbeing of the nation, and we want to start with you and your struggles. We are also happy to accept the kind gesture from Baha Teas, Klassy Chef, and Tasty Teas and others who are graciously donating refreshments for the evening. Our brothers and sisters of The Bahamas, heroes, survivors, the reeling, the burdened, and those with unbreakable spirit, we welcome you to join us in this moment of healing and community and levity.
We Gatchu. The goodness starts this Friday, September 13th at 7:00pm, opening with the hype squad that is Ubuntu. See you there!
Special invite to the University of The Bahamas students who have been impacted by Dorian. NAGB will provide transportation to and from campus.