The Farm-Based Education Network, a project supported by Shelburne Farms, is pleased to host Richael Faithful for Healing the Roots of Racism in Ourselves, a series for BIPOC.
Space in this series is reserved for farmers, farm, food, and garden-based educators, and those who work with land who identify as BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color). Our healing focused series will center the reclamation of, and reconnection with, our bodies, our places, our ancestors, our beyond-human kin, our cosmologies, and each other through the mirror of natures. Our space will root, and grow, from the themes of stillness-movement, cyclical living, regeneration, adaptation, collectivity, and vision. Together, we'll move with radical hospitality, and toward radical imagination.
This series creates space for healing from white supremacy culture and transforming anti-Blackness within ourselves, toward healing our webs of relationships, organizations and societal structures. In this series participants will practice a creative combination of healing practices ranging from embodied awareness to movement, reflection and writing. Join this series to rediscover, relearn, and reimagine in our current crisis-driven reality.
$0-$75 per person
The training will meeting virtually on Zoom monthly: February 3, March 3, April 7, May 5, June 2 , July 7 from 4-6 pm EST / 1-3 pm PT
Learn more about the training, why we're using caucus spaces, and the facilitators here.