Minnesota Humanities Center (MHC) is excited to host our second year of the Headscarf Story Circle Gatherings. Join us as we gather together through the shared connection of the headscarf and its complexity. Guests are encouraged to wear a headscarf or head dress that is symbolic of anything from a fashion statement, cultural identity, health related, or memories, and beliefs.
Be Our Guest for Tea! The first event features engaging conversations that inspire perseverance, hope and healing, while enjoying several courses of delicious food items and teas. We are honored to have Rose McGee, founder of Headscarf Society TeaLit and a Humanities Officer at MHC, serve as tea host.