In this popular education based workshop, participants will explore the ways in which colonization impacts our minds, bodies, and spirits. This workshop will help participants explore specific ways they can approach their healing and organizing work from a decolonization lens. The workshop will take place in a circle format. Each participant should bring something that represents the sacred to them.
Please note: this workshop is open to folks who consider themselves grassroots healers. We define grassroots healer as a healer or practitioner (including western medicine) who is committed to an anti-oppression framework and community based practices that seek to integrate individual/collective healing and resiliency to transform and heal our communities and our conditions through an economic and racial justice lens. (Taken directly from the USSF Healing and Healing Justice PMA report back)