April 2017 We gathered to see “A Story I have to Tell”. Women from various cultural ad genetic backgrounds gathered and shared stories. We met on the final day of Barak Obama’s day in office and as Trump stepped in to take over the presidency our meetings took on a new meaning. A dialog started. We discussed the feeling of being disenfranchised, being priveledged and the more that was shared the more we learned how connected we all are. Niloo Jalivaand of Booker T. Washington School of the Performing and Visual Arts filmed footage for what will become a short film documentary. The completed story cloths will be displayed in an art exhibit in 2018.