Race reflections, in partnership with the Women’s Campaign Office of the National Union of Students (NUS) is launching its first ever community self-care workshops on:
Monday 31st October 2016 at the TindleManor, London.
Much in the current socio-economic climate requires constant digestion and processing. From the spike in hate crimes following ‘Brexit’, to the images of distressed or dead Black and Brown bodies recurrently displayed on our social media pages or ‘timelines’.
This, in addition to having to navigate everyday instances of injustice, micro-aggressions and/or structural violence can have a deep impact on our wellbeing and our sense of safety. The self-care workshops have been designed to promote safeness, connectedness and grounding in the context of our lived experiences as marginalised women.
These workshops will offer an opportunity to examine our condition, social realities and histories and their impact on our…
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