“How Mischief Changed the World” Reading and Sock Design Workshop with RepurposeU

Thursday, Dec 19, 4 pm to 6 pm
At CMA, 103 Charlton Street, New York

How Mischief Changed the World is an interactive story and coloring book that centers around an unconventional hero named Mischief and their everyday adventures into identity, belonging, and connection. In the story, readers follow Mischief on a secret adventure to the laundromat, where they find their own definition of “home.”

RepurposeU‘s Bettina Harriman and Jaclyn Harte will from read from their book at 4pm in the gallery. All day long, visitors can participate in a sock design workshop, with all socks being donated to Trinity Place Shelter, whose mission is to help homeless lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender or queer youth and young adults in New York City to safely transition out of the shelter system and grow into independent, positive, and productive adults.

Learn more about this inclusive resource for kids and get to know the founders on our blog!

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