“the body: a home for love” -A Stunning Reclamation

In the words of founder Deun Ivory, “ the body: a home for love, is a beautiful integration of wellness, activism, and the arts; merging all of those for the purpose of sensory healing through visual storytelling and dialogue around sexual trauma and the black female body.”

“Even the name to me is an affirmation,” Ivory continued. “Because it speaks to the identification of…

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Colombian-American Writer. Fluent in Spanglish.

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Salomé Gómez-Upegui

Salomé Gómez-Upegui

Colombian-American Writer. Fluent in Spanglish.

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