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Meet the Authors: A Brunch and Conversation Hour with Rebecca and Sallyann Majoya

Presented by Stonewall National Museum & Archives at Stonewall National Museum & Archives, Fort Lauderdale FL

Jan 15 2023
Meet the Authors: A Brunch and Conversation Hour with Rebecca and Sallyann Majoya

Join us from 11-1pm on January 15th for brunch with the Majoyas as they discuss their 2022 book Uncertain Fruit: A Memoir of Infertility, Loss, and Love

A loving lesbian couple raising their two boys as a blended family in Vermont, Rebecca & Sallyann are deeply committed parents who dream of having a baby together. They try everything from foster care to fertility trials, and after nearly ten years of failed attempts, find an opportunity to participate in a local, private adoption with a teenage mom. Rebecca and Sallyann are overjoyed when they hold their newborn son in their arms. They take the baby home from the hospital and welcome

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Rebecca Majoya received her bachelor’s degree in education and theater arts and went on to receive her master’s of education in curriculum design. For the past 28 years, she has been working as a homeschool consultant with families in Vermont. Rebecca has taught in public and private schools, grades K–12, and has created and taught classes in theater arts to homeschool kids, ages four to sixteen. She currently teaches at Community College of Vermont and works for Spectrum Youth & Family Services. She has over 25 years of social work experience, providing insight into what builds strong families and communities.

Sallyann Majoya’s love of language began at an early age when she concocted elaborate fairy tales for her family, as well as stories of animal and child adventures. This led to her first degree in English, her work as a copywriter, grant writer, and editor. She served as an arts manager in a higher education setting, allowing her to marry her passion for arts and education, as she introduced students in kindergarten through college to world music, dance, and the liberal arts. Sallyann is also a certified therapeutic harpist who has brought a compassionate presence to a variety of hospice and palliative care environments. She holds an additional degree in wellness & alternative medicine and seeks to combine the principles of holistic health in helping others find a deeper, integrated sense of wellness through words and music. Currently, she is working to attain her graduate degree in speech-language pathology.

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Stonewall National Museum & Archives

1300 East Sunrise Blvd., Fort Lauderdale, FL 33304


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