WOKE event goes virtual for a diverse night of storytelling, art and celebration
By Rachel Hickey
Debs and Beharry noticed a clear gap in our community – many BIPOC groups can’t find mentors to relate to. So, the pair worked to build WOKE events as a platform for racialized members of the community to share stories and find mentors in a safe space.
After so many years of education, advocating and standing up for justice, this was a night of warmth and uplifting celebration of where the community is right now and where it's going.