Building Bridges Series: Healing Justice

Date: 
Sunday, June 21, 2020 - 3:00pm - 5:00pm

This month's Building Bridges series will recap what we have done so far, and keep the conversation going!  This work is vital for the healing and shifting of that which has divided and damaged us. After our short recap and reflections, we will harvest the questions that are most alive for us today. 

Scott Brown will then introduce us to a restorative justice process where we will hold a deeper dialogue--a place that we can continue to look at our implicit and deeply rooted assumptions and perspectives on racial divides, as well as engage the inner process and seek the actions we can do to become more actively anti-racist.


Presenter Bios

Scott Brown is a visionary peacemaker, transpersonal psychologist, and life and relationship coach who guides individuals and groups into the deepest levels of personal and collective healing and resilience. His integrated approach brings together psychology, spirituality, nature-based healing, and transformational activism. He is a leading advocate for bringing the principles and practices of restorative justice to bear on the full range of social issues and is the author of Active Peace: A Mindful Path to a Nonviolent World.


Jul Bystrova is co-founder of the Inner Resilience Network and Director of the Era of Care project, which works with frontline communities. She has a 25 year history of community activism and a thriving private practice in trauma-informed mind-body healing work. She has served as an Interfaith Minister, an academic in Interdisciplinary research and a boots-on-the-ground activist. She writes about cultural healing, social justice and psycho-spiritual topics. She also serves on the Transition US Collaborative Design Council and is a member of the Social Justice Working Group. In 2018, she received the TUS Social Justice award for her support in raising awareness and diversity in the Transition community.

Organizer: 
Organizer: 
Inner Resilience Network, Transition US Social Justice Working Group

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