Our Liberation Is Linked: Practices for Embodied Racial Justice Learning

In this 90-minute experiential session, Ginny McGinn, Executive Director of the Center for Whole Communities, and Sonali Sangeeta Balajee, founder of the Our Bodhi Project, will lead us on an exploration of a variety of restorative and critical thinking tools we can use to help cultivate our capacity for embodied racial justice learning. Drawing from an array of art-, awareness-, and inquiry-based practices, Sonali and Ginny will invite us to go beyond more traditional forms of racial justice learning to work with practices designed to help us plant the seeds within ourselves for genuine liberation, wholeness and connection to the Earth. NOTE: This session is intended for change-makers with some working knowledge of anti-racist frameworks; and there will be space for Black, Indigenous and other Peoples of Color and white folks to participate. 

December 5th | 2:00 pm to 3:30 pm

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Panelists


Ginny McGinn
Executive Director, Organizational Development and Strategy
Center for Whole Communities
Sonali Sangeeta Balajee
Founder
The Bodhi Project
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