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There is More: Black Healing Circle

February 13 @ 11:30 am - 1:00 pm EST

With the use of African wisdom and principles, the focus of this Black healing circle will be for participants to explore how they may begin to live more liberated now, whether in or outside the school institution. Black bodies are constantly in a state of survival, which leaves many feeling overly exhausted and stressed as it relates to school or job performance. Together, we will unpack the exhaustion of racial trauma, recognize and amplify glimmers of joy and hope in our Blackness, and explore ways forward to ensure Black bodies live more liberated.

Facilitator:

Simone Donaldson (she/her)

Format: Virtual – Zoom Platform. Accessibility information for Zoom.

Audience: Students, staff and faculty at the University of Toronto who identify as members of Black community.

Note: You must use a University of Toronto email address to register.

Cost: Free

Registration required

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