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Our embodied methodologies for collaboration -- including reading, writing, story-telling, drawing and dancing -- create vital and enduring connections between people, places and visions.

Angela’s Pulse designs rich engagements that help build and bridge communities.

We work with both existing and newly formed groups to:

  • facilitate the development and deepening of connections,

  • surface their assets, stretch their capacity for collaboration,

  • and cultivate their own visions.

Our work is infused with creative practices and built upon anti-racist organizing principles. Guided by our values, we move among the legacies of Urban Bush Women and The People’s Institute for Survival & Beyond. While we are available to share our voice and practice at singular events, we are most excited by opportunities to cultivate deep relationships over time as we have done through the annual Faculty Women of Color in the Academy Conference, Pittsfield Moves! and Virginia Commonwealth University.

“I’ve heard a lot of people involved say that this has been one of the most empowering experiences of their lives
- it allows p
eople to go into their own stories.
- Anaelisa Jacobsen, contributing artist for Pittsfield Moves!, Manos Unidas

Pittsfield Moves!

2017 - present

Virginia Commonwealth University Engagements

2018 - present

Faculty Women of Color in the Academy Annual Conference

2020 - present

Image credits: Paloma McGregor facilitating Pittsfield Moves! as part of the 2023 Jacob’s Pillow Festival; Photo Becca Oviatt, courtesy of Jacob's Pillow | Paloma McGregor, Christine King, Erica Saucedo and MK Abadoo facilitate FWCA conference (2020), photo designed by Jessica Lee.

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