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Healing Justice

This healing justice workshop will cover topics including healing and taking care of yourself, as well as healing for the commiunity as a whole. We will be speaking about the benefits of healing as community and the facilitator will take participants through a process of self and commuity healing. 

This workshop is closed for Black folks only, and will specifically speak and deal with issues relating to colonial and systematic violence. Registration is not required. 

Facilitated by Yamikani Msosa

Part of OPIRG Carleton's Black History Month programming. 

Event Notes: 

This event is organized by OPIRG Carleton. Find out more about us by visiting our website at www.opirgcarleton.org, or come by our office located at 326 UC. We are open 10AM-4PM Monday-Thursday. 

Addmission is free and the space is wheelchair accessible. Light refreshments will be provided. If you have any accessibility needs, please contact OPIRG Carleton at vopc@opirgcarleton.org at least 48 hours prior to the event and we will try our best to accomodate your needs. 

Kwe- OPIRG-Carleton wiin jeba Kitchi-sippi nisidotaagwad giinawind anokiiwin unceded Anishnabeg aki. OPIRG Carleton acknowledges we organize on land stolen as part of an ongoing project of genocide against Indigenous Peoples.

Earlier Event: February 13
Mental Health in the Black Community