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2022 Workshops

June 14, 2022 11:00 AM to 12:15 PM

A Decolonial and Indigenous Approach to Advocacy and Counseling

" As social justice is the central part of mental health and advocacy service, growing interest in the social climate justice movement requires advocates and counselors to expand how we are connected to the land, heritage, roots, historical trauma, and unresolved grief. The understanding of where we are today is the bridge between where we come from and where we are going to. This workshop is aimed to approach innovative and expansive ways of doing advocacy and counseling through a Decolonial and Indigenous perspective of all beings as caregivers and in relationship with the earth, bringing the best practice of building trust in relationships, collaboration, and reciprocity with the land and self while addressing intergenerational trauma, resilience, and healing.”


Presented By:
June 14, 2022 11:00 AM to 12:15 PM

A Decolonial and Indigenous Approach to Advocacy and Counseling

" As social justice is the central part of mental health and advocacy service, growing interest in the social climate justice movement requires advocates and counselors to expand how we are connected to the land, heritage, roots, historical trauma, and unresolved grief. The understanding of where we are today is the bridge between where we come from and where we are going to. This workshop is aimed to approach innovative and expansive ways of doing advocacy and counseling through a Decolonial and Indigenous perspective of all beings as caregivers and in relationship with the earth, bringing the best practice of building trust in relationships, collaboration, and reciprocity with the land and self while addressing intergenerational trauma, resilience, and healing.”


Presented By:
June 14, 2022 11:00 AM to 12:15 PM

A Decolonial and Indigenous Approach to Advocacy and Counseling

" As social justice is the central part of mental health and advocacy service, growing interest in the social climate justice movement requires advocates and counselors to expand how we are connected to the land, heritage, roots, historical trauma, and unresolved grief. The understanding of where we are today is the bridge between where we come from and where we are going to. This workshop is aimed to approach innovative and expansive ways of doing advocacy and counseling through a Decolonial and Indigenous perspective of all beings as caregivers and in relationship with the earth, bringing the best practice of building trust in relationships, collaboration, and reciprocity with the land and self while addressing intergenerational trauma, resilience, and healing.”


Presented By:
June 14, 2022 11:00 AM to 12:15 PM

A Decolonial and Indigenous Approach to Advocacy and Counseling

" As social justice is the central part of mental health and advocacy service, growing interest in the social climate justice movement requires advocates and counselors to expand how we are connected to the land, heritage, roots, historical trauma, and unresolved grief. The understanding of where we are today is the bridge between where we come from and where we are going to. This workshop is aimed to approach innovative and expansive ways of doing advocacy and counseling through a Decolonial and Indigenous perspective of all beings as caregivers and in relationship with the earth, bringing the best practice of building trust in relationships, collaboration, and reciprocity with the land and self while addressing intergenerational trauma, resilience, and healing.”


Presented By:
June 14, 2022 11:00 AM to 12:15 PM

A Decolonial and Indigenous Approach to Advocacy and Counseling

" As social justice is the central part of mental health and advocacy service, growing interest in the social climate justice movement requires advocates and counselors to expand how we are connected to the land, heritage, roots, historical trauma, and unresolved grief. The understanding of where we are today is the bridge between where we come from and where we are going to. This workshop is aimed to approach innovative and expansive ways of doing advocacy and counseling through a Decolonial and Indigenous perspective of all beings as caregivers and in relationship with the earth, bringing the best practice of building trust in relationships, collaboration, and reciprocity with the land and self while addressing intergenerational trauma, resilience, and healing.”


Presented By:
June 14, 2022 11:00 AM to 12:15 PM

A Decolonial and Indigenous Approach to Advocacy and Counseling

" As social justice is the central part of mental health and advocacy service, growing interest in the social climate justice movement requires advocates and counselors to expand how we are connected to the land, heritage, roots, historical trauma, and unresolved grief. The understanding of where we are today is the bridge between where we come from and where we are going to. This workshop is aimed to approach innovative and expansive ways of doing advocacy and counseling through a Decolonial and Indigenous perspective of all beings as caregivers and in relationship with the earth, bringing the best practice of building trust in relationships, collaboration, and reciprocity with the land and self while addressing intergenerational trauma, resilience, and healing.”


Presented By:
June 14, 2022 11:00 AM to 12:15 PM

A Decolonial and Indigenous Approach to Advocacy and Counseling

" As social justice is the central part of mental health and advocacy service, growing interest in the social climate justice movement requires advocates and counselors to expand how we are connected to the land, heritage, roots, historical trauma, and unresolved grief. The understanding of where we are today is the bridge between where we come from and where we are going to. This workshop is aimed to approach innovative and expansive ways of doing advocacy and counseling through a Decolonial and Indigenous perspective of all beings as caregivers and in relationship with the earth, bringing the best practice of building trust in relationships, collaboration, and reciprocity with the land and self while addressing intergenerational trauma, resilience, and healing.”


Presented By:
June 14, 2022 11:00 AM to 12:15 PM

A Decolonial and Indigenous Approach to Advocacy and Counseling

" As social justice is the central part of mental health and advocacy service, growing interest in the social climate justice movement requires advocates and counselors to expand how we are connected to the land, heritage, roots, historical trauma, and unresolved grief. The understanding of where we are today is the bridge between where we come from and where we are going to. This workshop is aimed to approach innovative and expansive ways of doing advocacy and counseling through a Decolonial and Indigenous perspective of all beings as caregivers and in relationship with the earth, bringing the best practice of building trust in relationships, collaboration, and reciprocity with the land and self while addressing intergenerational trauma, resilience, and healing.”


Presented By:
June 14, 2022 11:00 AM to 12:15 PM

A Decolonial and Indigenous Approach to Advocacy and Counseling

" As social justice is the central part of mental health and advocacy service, growing interest in the social climate justice movement requires advocates and counselors to expand how we are connected to the land, heritage, roots, historical trauma, and unresolved grief. The understanding of where we are today is the bridge between where we come from and where we are going to. This workshop is aimed to approach innovative and expansive ways of doing advocacy and counseling through a Decolonial and Indigenous perspective of all beings as caregivers and in relationship with the earth, bringing the best practice of building trust in relationships, collaboration, and reciprocity with the land and self while addressing intergenerational trauma, resilience, and healing.”


Presented By:
June 14, 2022 11:00 AM to 12:15 PM

A Decolonial and Indigenous Approach to Advocacy and Counseling

" As social justice is the central part of mental health and advocacy service, growing interest in the social climate justice movement requires advocates and counselors to expand how we are connected to the land, heritage, roots, historical trauma, and unresolved grief. The understanding of where we are today is the bridge between where we come from and where we are going to. This workshop is aimed to approach innovative and expansive ways of doing advocacy and counseling through a Decolonial and Indigenous perspective of all beings as caregivers and in relationship with the earth, bringing the best practice of building trust in relationships, collaboration, and reciprocity with the land and self while addressing intergenerational trauma, resilience, and healing.”


Presented By:
June 14, 2022 11:00 AM to 12:15 PM

A Decolonial and Indigenous Approach to Advocacy and Counseling

" As social justice is the central part of mental health and advocacy service, growing interest in the social climate justice movement requires advocates and counselors to expand how we are connected to the land, heritage, roots, historical trauma, and unresolved grief. The understanding of where we are today is the bridge between where we come from and where we are going to. This workshop is aimed to approach innovative and expansive ways of doing advocacy and counseling through a Decolonial and Indigenous perspective of all beings as caregivers and in relationship with the earth, bringing the best practice of building trust in relationships, collaboration, and reciprocity with the land and self while addressing intergenerational trauma, resilience, and healing.”


Presented By:
June 14, 2022 11:00 AM to 12:15 PM

A Decolonial and Indigenous Approach to Advocacy and Counseling

" As social justice is the central part of mental health and advocacy service, growing interest in the social climate justice movement requires advocates and counselors to expand how we are connected to the land, heritage, roots, historical trauma, and unresolved grief. The understanding of where we are today is the bridge between where we come from and where we are going to. This workshop is aimed to approach innovative and expansive ways of doing advocacy and counseling through a Decolonial and Indigenous perspective of all beings as caregivers and in relationship with the earth, bringing the best practice of building trust in relationships, collaboration, and reciprocity with the land and self while addressing intergenerational trauma, resilience, and healing.”


Presented By:
June 14, 2022 11:00 AM to 12:15 PM

A Decolonial and Indigenous Approach to Advocacy and Counseling

" As social justice is the central part of mental health and advocacy service, growing interest in the social climate justice movement requires advocates and counselors to expand how we are connected to the land, heritage, roots, historical trauma, and unresolved grief. The understanding of where we are today is the bridge between where we come from and where we are going to. This workshop is aimed to approach innovative and expansive ways of doing advocacy and counseling through a Decolonial and Indigenous perspective of all beings as caregivers and in relationship with the earth, bringing the best practice of building trust in relationships, collaboration, and reciprocity with the land and self while addressing intergenerational trauma, resilience, and healing.”


Presented By:
June 14, 2022 11:00 AM to 12:15 PM

A Decolonial and Indigenous Approach to Advocacy and Counseling

" As social justice is the central part of mental health and advocacy service, growing interest in the social climate justice movement requires advocates and counselors to expand how we are connected to the land, heritage, roots, historical trauma, and unresolved grief. The understanding of where we are today is the bridge between where we come from and where we are going to. This workshop is aimed to approach innovative and expansive ways of doing advocacy and counseling through a Decolonial and Indigenous perspective of all beings as caregivers and in relationship with the earth, bringing the best practice of building trust in relationships, collaboration, and reciprocity with the land and self while addressing intergenerational trauma, resilience, and healing.”


Presented By:
June 14, 2022 11:00 AM to 12:15 PM

A Decolonial and Indigenous Approach to Advocacy and Counseling

" As social justice is the central part of mental health and advocacy service, growing interest in the social climate justice movement requires advocates and counselors to expand how we are connected to the land, heritage, roots, historical trauma, and unresolved grief. The understanding of where we are today is the bridge between where we come from and where we are going to. This workshop is aimed to approach innovative and expansive ways of doing advocacy and counseling through a Decolonial and Indigenous perspective of all beings as caregivers and in relationship with the earth, bringing the best practice of building trust in relationships, collaboration, and reciprocity with the land and self while addressing intergenerational trauma, resilience, and healing.”


Presented By:
June 14, 2022 11:00 AM to 12:15 PM

A Decolonial and Indigenous Approach to Advocacy and Counseling

" As social justice is the central part of mental health and advocacy service, growing interest in the social climate justice movement requires advocates and counselors to expand how we are connected to the land, heritage, roots, historical trauma, and unresolved grief. The understanding of where we are today is the bridge between where we come from and where we are going to. This workshop is aimed to approach innovative and expansive ways of doing advocacy and counseling through a Decolonial and Indigenous perspective of all beings as caregivers and in relationship with the earth, bringing the best practice of building trust in relationships, collaboration, and reciprocity with the land and self while addressing intergenerational trauma, resilience, and healing.”


Presented By:
June 14, 2022 11:00 AM to 12:15 PM

A Decolonial and Indigenous Approach to Advocacy and Counseling

" As social justice is the central part of mental health and advocacy service, growing interest in the social climate justice movement requires advocates and counselors to expand how we are connected to the land, heritage, roots, historical trauma, and unresolved grief. The understanding of where we are today is the bridge between where we come from and where we are going to. This workshop is aimed to approach innovative and expansive ways of doing advocacy and counseling through a Decolonial and Indigenous perspective of all beings as caregivers and in relationship with the earth, bringing the best practice of building trust in relationships, collaboration, and reciprocity with the land and self while addressing intergenerational trauma, resilience, and healing.”


Presented By:
June 14, 2022 11:00 AM to 12:15 PM

A Decolonial and Indigenous Approach to Advocacy and Counseling

" As social justice is the central part of mental health and advocacy service, growing interest in the social climate justice movement requires advocates and counselors to expand how we are connected to the land, heritage, roots, historical trauma, and unresolved grief. The understanding of where we are today is the bridge between where we come from and where we are going to. This workshop is aimed to approach innovative and expansive ways of doing advocacy and counseling through a Decolonial and Indigenous perspective of all beings as caregivers and in relationship with the earth, bringing the best practice of building trust in relationships, collaboration, and reciprocity with the land and self while addressing intergenerational trauma, resilience, and healing.”


Presented By:
June 14, 2022 11:00 AM to 12:15 PM

A Decolonial and Indigenous Approach to Advocacy and Counseling

" As social justice is the central part of mental health and advocacy service, growing interest in the social climate justice movement requires advocates and counselors to expand how we are connected to the land, heritage, roots, historical trauma, and unresolved grief. The understanding of where we are today is the bridge between where we come from and where we are going to. This workshop is aimed to approach innovative and expansive ways of doing advocacy and counseling through a Decolonial and Indigenous perspective of all beings as caregivers and in relationship with the earth, bringing the best practice of building trust in relationships, collaboration, and reciprocity with the land and self while addressing intergenerational trauma, resilience, and healing.”


Presented By:
June 14, 2022 11:00 AM to 12:15 PM

A Decolonial and Indigenous Approach to Advocacy and Counseling

" As social justice is the central part of mental health and advocacy service, growing interest in the social climate justice movement requires advocates and counselors to expand how we are connected to the land, heritage, roots, historical trauma, and unresolved grief. The understanding of where we are today is the bridge between where we come from and where we are going to. This workshop is aimed to approach innovative and expansive ways of doing advocacy and counseling through a Decolonial and Indigenous perspective of all beings as caregivers and in relationship with the earth, bringing the best practice of building trust in relationships, collaboration, and reciprocity with the land and self while addressing intergenerational trauma, resilience, and healing.”


Presented By:
June 14, 2022 11:00 AM to 12:15 PM

A Decolonial and Indigenous Approach to Advocacy and Counseling

" As social justice is the central part of mental health and advocacy service, growing interest in the social climate justice movement requires advocates and counselors to expand how we are connected to the land, heritage, roots, historical trauma, and unresolved grief. The understanding of where we are today is the bridge between where we come from and where we are going to. This workshop is aimed to approach innovative and expansive ways of doing advocacy and counseling through a Decolonial and Indigenous perspective of all beings as caregivers and in relationship with the earth, bringing the best practice of building trust in relationships, collaboration, and reciprocity with the land and self while addressing intergenerational trauma, resilience, and healing.”


Presented By:
June 14, 2022 11:00 AM to 12:15 PM

A Decolonial and Indigenous Approach to Advocacy and Counseling

" As social justice is the central part of mental health and advocacy service, growing interest in the social climate justice movement requires advocates and counselors to expand how we are connected to the land, heritage, roots, historical trauma, and unresolved grief. The understanding of where we are today is the bridge between where we come from and where we are going to. This workshop is aimed to approach innovative and expansive ways of doing advocacy and counseling through a Decolonial and Indigenous perspective of all beings as caregivers and in relationship with the earth, bringing the best practice of building trust in relationships, collaboration, and reciprocity with the land and self while addressing intergenerational trauma, resilience, and healing.”


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June 15, 2022 9:00 AM to 10:30 AM

Opening/Cafecitos

For generations our elders engaged in intentional sharing of traditions, knowledge, and coming together to support each other in healing.  Often done by telling stories around a table, in the kitchen, and other communal spaces over sharing food, coffee, tea, and other activities, these traditions helped build community. Inspired by this practice, Cafecitos aims to share that tradition amongst advocates and others in our field to connect, storytell, and build community.   Join us to uplift/engage in this tradition through different practices like movement, spiritual healing, theatrical art and altar/ofrenda building.


June 15, 2022 9:00 AM to 10:30 AM

Opening/Cafecitos

For generations our elders engaged in intentional sharing of traditions, knowledge, and coming together to support each other in healing.  Often done by telling stories around a table, in the kitchen, and other communal spaces over sharing food, coffee, tea, and other activities, these traditions helped build community. Inspired by this practice, Cafecitos aims to share that tradition amongst advocates and others in our field to connect, storytell, and build community.   Join us to uplift/engage in this tradition through different practices like movement, spiritual healing, theatrical art and altar/ofrenda building.


June 15, 2022 9:00 AM to 10:30 AM

Opening/Cafecitos

For generations our elders engaged in intentional sharing of traditions, knowledge, and coming together to support each other in healing.  Often done by telling stories around a table, in the kitchen, and other communal spaces over sharing food, coffee, tea, and other activities, these traditions helped build community. Inspired by this practice, Cafecitos aims to share that tradition amongst advocates and others in our field to connect, storytell, and build community.   Join us to uplift/engage in this tradition through different practices like movement, spiritual healing, theatrical art and altar/ofrenda building.


June 15, 2022 9:00 AM to 10:30 AM

Opening/Cafecitos

For generations our elders engaged in intentional sharing of traditions, knowledge, and coming together to support each other in healing.  Often done by telling stories around a table, in the kitchen, and other communal spaces over sharing food, coffee, tea, and other activities, these traditions helped build community. Inspired by this practice, Cafecitos aims to share that tradition amongst advocates and others in our field to connect, storytell, and build community.   Join us to uplift/engage in this tradition through different practices like movement, spiritual healing, theatrical art and altar/ofrenda building.


June 15, 2022 9:00 AM to 10:30 AM

Opening/Cafecitos

For generations our elders engaged in intentional sharing of traditions, knowledge, and coming together to support each other in healing.  Often done by telling stories around a table, in the kitchen, and other communal spaces over sharing food, coffee, tea, and other activities, these traditions helped build community. Inspired by this practice, Cafecitos aims to share that tradition amongst advocates and others in our field to connect, storytell, and build community.   Join us to uplift/engage in this tradition through different practices like movement, spiritual healing, theatrical art and altar/ofrenda building.


June 15, 2022 9:00 AM to 10:30 AM

Opening/Cafecitos

For generations our elders engaged in intentional sharing of traditions, knowledge, and coming together to support each other in healing.  Often done by telling stories around a table, in the kitchen, and other communal spaces over sharing food, coffee, tea, and other activities, these traditions helped build community. Inspired by this practice, Cafecitos aims to share that tradition amongst advocates and others in our field to connect, storytell, and build community.   Join us to uplift/engage in this tradition through different practices like movement, spiritual healing, theatrical art and altar/ofrenda building.


June 15, 2022 9:00 AM to 10:30 AM

Opening/Cafecitos

For generations our elders engaged in intentional sharing of traditions, knowledge, and coming together to support each other in healing.  Often done by telling stories around a table, in the kitchen, and other communal spaces over sharing food, coffee, tea, and other activities, these traditions helped build community. Inspired by this practice, Cafecitos aims to share that tradition amongst advocates and others in our field to connect, storytell, and build community.   Join us to uplift/engage in this tradition through different practices like movement, spiritual healing, theatrical art and altar/ofrenda building.


June 15, 2022 9:00 AM to 10:30 AM

Opening/Cafecitos

For generations our elders engaged in intentional sharing of traditions, knowledge, and coming together to support each other in healing.  Often done by telling stories around a table, in the kitchen, and other communal spaces over sharing food, coffee, tea, and other activities, these traditions helped build community. Inspired by this practice, Cafecitos aims to share that tradition amongst advocates and others in our field to connect, storytell, and build community.   Join us to uplift/engage in this tradition through different practices like movement, spiritual healing, theatrical art and altar/ofrenda building.


June 15, 2022 9:00 AM to 10:30 AM

Opening/Cafecitos

For generations our elders engaged in intentional sharing of traditions, knowledge, and coming together to support each other in healing.  Often done by telling stories around a table, in the kitchen, and other communal spaces over sharing food, coffee, tea, and other activities, these traditions helped build community. Inspired by this practice, Cafecitos aims to share that tradition amongst advocates and others in our field to connect, storytell, and build community.   Join us to uplift/engage in this tradition through different practices like movement, spiritual healing, theatrical art and altar/ofrenda building.


June 15, 2022 9:00 AM to 10:30 AM

Opening/Cafecitos

For generations our elders engaged in intentional sharing of traditions, knowledge, and coming together to support each other in healing.  Often done by telling stories around a table, in the kitchen, and other communal spaces over sharing food, coffee, tea, and other activities, these traditions helped build community. Inspired by this practice, Cafecitos aims to share that tradition amongst advocates and others in our field to connect, storytell, and build community.   Join us to uplift/engage in this tradition through different practices like movement, spiritual healing, theatrical art and altar/ofrenda building.


June 15, 2022 9:00 AM to 10:30 AM

Opening/Cafecitos

For generations our elders engaged in intentional sharing of traditions, knowledge, and coming together to support each other in healing.  Often done by telling stories around a table, in the kitchen, and other communal spaces over sharing food, coffee, tea, and other activities, these traditions helped build community. Inspired by this practice, Cafecitos aims to share that tradition amongst advocates and others in our field to connect, storytell, and build community.   Join us to uplift/engage in this tradition through different practices like movement, spiritual healing, theatrical art and altar/ofrenda building.


June 15, 2022 9:00 AM to 10:30 AM

Opening/Cafecitos

For generations our elders engaged in intentional sharing of traditions, knowledge, and coming together to support each other in healing.  Often done by telling stories around a table, in the kitchen, and other communal spaces over sharing food, coffee, tea, and other activities, these traditions helped build community. Inspired by this practice, Cafecitos aims to share that tradition amongst advocates and others in our field to connect, storytell, and build community.   Join us to uplift/engage in this tradition through different practices like movement, spiritual healing, theatrical art and altar/ofrenda building.


June 15, 2022 9:00 AM to 10:30 AM

Opening/Cafecitos

For generations our elders engaged in intentional sharing of traditions, knowledge, and coming together to support each other in healing.  Often done by telling stories around a table, in the kitchen, and other communal spaces over sharing food, coffee, tea, and other activities, these traditions helped build community. Inspired by this practice, Cafecitos aims to share that tradition amongst advocates and others in our field to connect, storytell, and build community.   Join us to uplift/engage in this tradition through different practices like movement, spiritual healing, theatrical art and altar/ofrenda building.


June 15, 2022 9:00 AM to 10:30 AM

Opening/Cafecitos

For generations our elders engaged in intentional sharing of traditions, knowledge, and coming together to support each other in healing.  Often done by telling stories around a table, in the kitchen, and other communal spaces over sharing food, coffee, tea, and other activities, these traditions helped build community. Inspired by this practice, Cafecitos aims to share that tradition amongst advocates and others in our field to connect, storytell, and build community.   Join us to uplift/engage in this tradition through different practices like movement, spiritual healing, theatrical art and altar/ofrenda building.


June 15, 2022 9:00 AM to 10:30 AM

Opening/Cafecitos

For generations our elders engaged in intentional sharing of traditions, knowledge, and coming together to support each other in healing.  Often done by telling stories around a table, in the kitchen, and other communal spaces over sharing food, coffee, tea, and other activities, these traditions helped build community. Inspired by this practice, Cafecitos aims to share that tradition amongst advocates and others in our field to connect, storytell, and build community.   Join us to uplift/engage in this tradition through different practices like movement, spiritual healing, theatrical art and altar/ofrenda building.


June 15, 2022 9:00 AM to 10:30 AM

Opening/Cafecitos

For generations our elders engaged in intentional sharing of traditions, knowledge, and coming together to support each other in healing.  Often done by telling stories around a table, in the kitchen, and other communal spaces over sharing food, coffee, tea, and other activities, these traditions helped build community. Inspired by this practice, Cafecitos aims to share that tradition amongst advocates and others in our field to connect, storytell, and build community.   Join us to uplift/engage in this tradition through different practices like movement, spiritual healing, theatrical art and altar/ofrenda building.


June 15, 2022 9:00 AM to 10:30 AM

Opening/Cafecitos

For generations our elders engaged in intentional sharing of traditions, knowledge, and coming together to support each other in healing.  Often done by telling stories around a table, in the kitchen, and other communal spaces over sharing food, coffee, tea, and other activities, these traditions helped build community. Inspired by this practice, Cafecitos aims to share that tradition amongst advocates and others in our field to connect, storytell, and build community.   Join us to uplift/engage in this tradition through different practices like movement, spiritual healing, theatrical art and altar/ofrenda building.


June 15, 2022 9:00 AM to 10:30 AM

Opening/Cafecitos

For generations our elders engaged in intentional sharing of traditions, knowledge, and coming together to support each other in healing.  Often done by telling stories around a table, in the kitchen, and other communal spaces over sharing food, coffee, tea, and other activities, these traditions helped build community. Inspired by this practice, Cafecitos aims to share that tradition amongst advocates and others in our field to connect, storytell, and build community.   Join us to uplift/engage in this tradition through different practices like movement, spiritual healing, theatrical art and altar/ofrenda building.


June 15, 2022 9:00 AM to 10:30 AM

Opening/Cafecitos

For generations our elders engaged in intentional sharing of traditions, knowledge, and coming together to support each other in healing.  Often done by telling stories around a table, in the kitchen, and other communal spaces over sharing food, coffee, tea, and other activities, these traditions helped build community. Inspired by this practice, Cafecitos aims to share that tradition amongst advocates and others in our field to connect, storytell, and build community.   Join us to uplift/engage in this tradition through different practices like movement, spiritual healing, theatrical art and altar/ofrenda building.


June 15, 2022 9:00 AM to 10:30 AM

Opening/Cafecitos

For generations our elders engaged in intentional sharing of traditions, knowledge, and coming together to support each other in healing.  Often done by telling stories around a table, in the kitchen, and other communal spaces over sharing food, coffee, tea, and other activities, these traditions helped build community. Inspired by this practice, Cafecitos aims to share that tradition amongst advocates and others in our field to connect, storytell, and build community.   Join us to uplift/engage in this tradition through different practices like movement, spiritual healing, theatrical art and altar/ofrenda building.


June 16, 2022 11:00 AM to 12:15 PM

In the Mirror: Reflections

The workshop will examine mainstream/non-culturally specific anti-violence workspaces, traditions, and the potential for transformation. The discussion will center on power dynamics, systemic oppression, and the cycles of violence replicated within the organization. Through open dialogue with participants, the facilitators will explore perspectives on some of the root causes of systemic violence, moving beyond the person who caused harm.


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June 16, 2022 11:00 AM to 12:15 PM

In the Mirror: Reflections

The workshop will examine mainstream/non-culturally specific anti-violence workspaces, traditions, and the potential for transformation. The discussion will center on power dynamics, systemic oppression, and the cycles of violence replicated within the organization. Through open dialogue with participants, the facilitators will explore perspectives on some of the root causes of systemic violence, moving beyond the person who caused harm.


Presented By:
June 16, 2022 11:00 AM to 12:15 PM

In the Mirror: Reflections

The workshop will examine mainstream/non-culturally specific anti-violence workspaces, traditions, and the potential for transformation. The discussion will center on power dynamics, systemic oppression, and the cycles of violence replicated within the organization. Through open dialogue with participants, the facilitators will explore perspectives on some of the root causes of systemic violence, moving beyond the person who caused harm.


Presented By:
June 16, 2022 11:00 AM to 12:15 PM

In the Mirror: Reflections

The workshop will examine mainstream/non-culturally specific anti-violence workspaces, traditions, and the potential for transformation. The discussion will center on power dynamics, systemic oppression, and the cycles of violence replicated within the organization. Through open dialogue with participants, the facilitators will explore perspectives on some of the root causes of systemic violence, moving beyond the person who caused harm.


Presented By:
June 16, 2022 11:00 AM to 12:15 PM

In the Mirror: Reflections

The workshop will examine mainstream/non-culturally specific anti-violence workspaces, traditions, and the potential for transformation. The discussion will center on power dynamics, systemic oppression, and the cycles of violence replicated within the organization. Through open dialogue with participants, the facilitators will explore perspectives on some of the root causes of systemic violence, moving beyond the person who caused harm.


Presented By:
June 16, 2022 11:00 AM to 12:15 PM

In the Mirror: Reflections

The workshop will examine mainstream/non-culturally specific anti-violence workspaces, traditions, and the potential for transformation. The discussion will center on power dynamics, systemic oppression, and the cycles of violence replicated within the organization. Through open dialogue with participants, the facilitators will explore perspectives on some of the root causes of systemic violence, moving beyond the person who caused harm.


Presented By:
June 16, 2022 11:00 AM to 12:15 PM

In the Mirror: Reflections

The workshop will examine mainstream/non-culturally specific anti-violence workspaces, traditions, and the potential for transformation. The discussion will center on power dynamics, systemic oppression, and the cycles of violence replicated within the organization. Through open dialogue with participants, the facilitators will explore perspectives on some of the root causes of systemic violence, moving beyond the person who caused harm.


Presented By:
June 16, 2022 11:00 AM to 12:15 PM

In the Mirror: Reflections

The workshop will examine mainstream/non-culturally specific anti-violence workspaces, traditions, and the potential for transformation. The discussion will center on power dynamics, systemic oppression, and the cycles of violence replicated within the organization. Through open dialogue with participants, the facilitators will explore perspectives on some of the root causes of systemic violence, moving beyond the person who caused harm.


Presented By:
June 16, 2022 11:00 AM to 12:15 PM

In the Mirror: Reflections

The workshop will examine mainstream/non-culturally specific anti-violence workspaces, traditions, and the potential for transformation. The discussion will center on power dynamics, systemic oppression, and the cycles of violence replicated within the organization. Through open dialogue with participants, the facilitators will explore perspectives on some of the root causes of systemic violence, moving beyond the person who caused harm.


Presented By:
June 16, 2022 11:00 AM to 12:15 PM

In the Mirror: Reflections

The workshop will examine mainstream/non-culturally specific anti-violence workspaces, traditions, and the potential for transformation. The discussion will center on power dynamics, systemic oppression, and the cycles of violence replicated within the organization. Through open dialogue with participants, the facilitators will explore perspectives on some of the root causes of systemic violence, moving beyond the person who caused harm.


Presented By:
June 16, 2022 11:00 AM to 12:15 PM

In the Mirror: Reflections

The workshop will examine mainstream/non-culturally specific anti-violence workspaces, traditions, and the potential for transformation. The discussion will center on power dynamics, systemic oppression, and the cycles of violence replicated within the organization. Through open dialogue with participants, the facilitators will explore perspectives on some of the root causes of systemic violence, moving beyond the person who caused harm.


Presented By:
June 16, 2022 11:00 AM to 12:15 PM

In the Mirror: Reflections

The workshop will examine mainstream/non-culturally specific anti-violence workspaces, traditions, and the potential for transformation. The discussion will center on power dynamics, systemic oppression, and the cycles of violence replicated within the organization. Through open dialogue with participants, the facilitators will explore perspectives on some of the root causes of systemic violence, moving beyond the person who caused harm.


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June 16, 2022 11:00 AM to 12:15 PM

In the Mirror: Reflections

The workshop will examine mainstream/non-culturally specific anti-violence workspaces, traditions, and the potential for transformation. The discussion will center on power dynamics, systemic oppression, and the cycles of violence replicated within the organization. Through open dialogue with participants, the facilitators will explore perspectives on some of the root causes of systemic violence, moving beyond the person who caused harm.


Presented By:
June 16, 2022 11:00 AM to 12:15 PM

In the Mirror: Reflections

The workshop will examine mainstream/non-culturally specific anti-violence workspaces, traditions, and the potential for transformation. The discussion will center on power dynamics, systemic oppression, and the cycles of violence replicated within the organization. Through open dialogue with participants, the facilitators will explore perspectives on some of the root causes of systemic violence, moving beyond the person who caused harm.


Presented By:
June 16, 2022 11:00 AM to 12:15 PM

In the Mirror: Reflections

The workshop will examine mainstream/non-culturally specific anti-violence workspaces, traditions, and the potential for transformation. The discussion will center on power dynamics, systemic oppression, and the cycles of violence replicated within the organization. Through open dialogue with participants, the facilitators will explore perspectives on some of the root causes of systemic violence, moving beyond the person who caused harm.


Presented By:
June 16, 2022 11:00 AM to 12:15 PM

In the Mirror: Reflections

The workshop will examine mainstream/non-culturally specific anti-violence workspaces, traditions, and the potential for transformation. The discussion will center on power dynamics, systemic oppression, and the cycles of violence replicated within the organization. Through open dialogue with participants, the facilitators will explore perspectives on some of the root causes of systemic violence, moving beyond the person who caused harm.


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