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Intro to RJ (Racial & Restorative Justice)

In a world full of conflict and harm due:

  • systems of injustice and oppression
  • broken down (or non-existent) relationships across differences
  • over reliance on punishment as a way to solve conflict

Restorative Justice offers us a way forward.

Restorative Justice is a philosophy and set of practices rooted in Indigenous teaching that emphasize our interconnection by repairing relationships when harm occurs, while proactively building and maintaining relationships rooted in equity and trust to prevent future harm.

If you want to:

  • Become a Restorative Justice Practitioner
  • Build relationships rooted in equity and trust in your community
  • Help repair harm when there's conflict in your community
  • Use these practices to Dismantle "White Supremacy Culture" in your community 


ANCESTORS IN TRAINING: Preserving Our Histories, Sustaining Our Legacies!

What does it mean to be an ancestor in training in the face of grief, hyper-consumption, and an uncertain future?

Can you be somebody's ancestor without having direct descendants?

Given the state of the world, what environment will the next three generations inherit? 

To be an Ancestor in Training is to embody the elevated ancestor we want to be in the present moment. During this course, participants will explore these questions and draw connections through archival memory, spirituality, healing through writing, and discussion. 

By exploring these themes together, we can create new pathways towards that not only hold space for our present forms of grief, but also sow legacies of healing.

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