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“Beah Ripple,” an exhibition/workshop opening Saturday, April 1, at the Community Artists’ Collective, is developed and curated by Busi L. Peters-Maughan. The exhibition issues a call to action to be a part of a sexual healing grief ritual and to provide women a safe space to release and discuss sexual abuse between men and women, both mentally and physically.
Peters-Maughan’s inspiration to create this exhibition was inspired by Beah Richard’s poem, “Thus a Black Woman Speaks: Of White Womanhood, White Supremacy and Peace,” and is offered as an art healing tool.