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Free to Be: Sahra Siddiqui

"I arrived as a newcomer at the I Can Be She workshop. I was nervous as I did not know of the people, however halfway through the process my confidence escalated. The girls are kind and friendly and the workshop holds a beautiful warm atmosphere.

I have smiled and laughed alot, due to the embracing ambience and I cannot wait for next time. We increased our knowledge of renowned women, actresses writers and artists and we have brainstormed a range of keywords about what make a 'woman', and motives of the workshop. I feel fantastically optimistic about what is yet to come."

— Sahra Siddiqui

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