This webinar was recorded on Thursday, October 14, 2021.
Over the last several years, Healing Justice has become a prominent concept and practice within our movement. The emergence and recognition that Black people deserve healing and wholeness are transforming our culture.
Healing Justice has become a portal for revolutionary visions of Black freedom…and in fact, we can and must have it!
Watch “Healing Justice, Embodiment, Praxis, and Building Black Futures,” a conversation grounded in sacred practice, Black traditions, and radical freedom.
Drawing upon the multiple, timeless African and Black Diasporic traditions, movement healers, spiritual teachers, culture workers, artists, and elders are working diligently to transmit knowledge, cultivate understanding, loving ways of being a community, connection, and creating intentional spaces for healing practice.
What is healing justice and why is it important? What are the obstacles folks encounter? What is the future of Black healing?
- Karlene Griffiths Sekou: embodied-healing practitioner, seer, pastoral counselor, and ritualist
- Dé Bryant: community psychologist, trauma care facilitator, teacher, and racial justice advocate
- Melissa Alexis: mindfulness facilitator, personal and organizational development coach, yogi
- Estella Holeman: spiritual practitioner, spirit awakening facilitator, body worker, and poet