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NATIONAL DAY OF RACIAL HEALING 2023!
January 17th, 2023 6pm - 10pm The Promontory - Hyde Park 5311 S Lake Park Ave.
Chicago is one of the most segregated big cities in America, and it comes at a cost. You are invited to the kickoff event for FIRSTHAND: Segregation,a year-long WTTW initiative that explores segregation in Chicago…
Every contribution makes a difference to the Solidarity Heals movement. All donations processed by the Chicago Community Trust
WHY RACIAL HEALING?
Through Racial Healing, we can all forge deep, meaningful relationships, lay the groundwork to transform broken systems, and create a world in which together we are a new force for positive change. It is not the responsibility of one person or even one organization to drive the work. The responsibility belongs to all of us to participate in these honest, powerful, and moving experiences as we pursue this journey together.
Racial Healing Circles are sessions led by trained racial healing practitioners. The experience relies on intentional listening and opening your heart space to unearth truths and conscious and unconscious biases.Learn About Participating in a Circle
Racial Healing Practitioner, Basic Certificate
We are proud to announce that Kennedy-King College will offer a Racial Healing Practitioner Basic Certificate course beginning this fall! The course aims to jettison the false belief in a hierarchy of human value and replace that archaic notion with a reverence and appreciation for the equal and interconnected nature of the human family. The Racial Healing Practitioner Basic Certificate will cover the five components of the racial Healing Framework which are Narrative Change, Racial Healing, and Relationship Building, Separation, Law, and Economy. The ultimate goal of the Racial Healing Practitioner Basic Certificate is to expand the community of healers by training, empowering, and emboldening youth, and youth workers. For more information, please visit:LEARN MORE
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