Welcome to Solidarity Healing September

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Welcome to Solidarity Healing September

Image description: Youtube still of Founding Director of Reclaim UGLY, Vanessa Rochelle Lewis – a fat, Black woman in her thirties on a purple galaxy background.

Events by Type
Interactive | Non-interactive | Family-friendly or specifically for children | Creative | Healing From ______ | Educational | Movement, Mindfulness, Meditation, Breath Work | Performance | Sermon, Lecture, or Spiritual Service | Sensual, Erotic, & 18+ | Sacred Emergent Gathering Space

Creative Workshop (Writing, Art, Performance, Crafts, Cooking)

Paint-plattered red pink and white background, text reads: Sacred Fragments Online Voice Class, Sept. 5, 5-6:30 pm PT.
Image description: A paint-plattered background of reds, pinks and whites, with dark maroon jaggedy text that reads Sacred Fragments Online Voice Class, Sept. 5, 5-6:30 pm PT. There are crown-like symmetrical embellishments above and below the text.

Sacred Fragments Online Voice Class With Nomy Lamm

“I want to dedicate the work of my heart and hands toward honoring and uplifting Black voices, bodies, and communities. It is my pleasure to be given an opportunity to be of service.”
–Nomy Lamm

Event Date and Time
Saturday, September 5, 5-6:30 PM PT

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Dancing Gender; Interested in exploring gender through movement? In this workshop we will use the tools of dance, improv, and joyful movement to explore our personal and unique expressions of gender. Join us as we dive into our own experiences of femininity, masculinity, and all the countless experiences of gender that defy categorization! Open to anyone interested in exploring their own gender expression, regardless of dance or improv experience!
Pictured: A flyer with a color gradient that moves from pink to blue to turquoise. It has white text that reads “Dancing Gender; Interested in exploring gender through movement? In this workshop we will use the tools of dance, improv, and joyful movement to explore our personal and unique expressions of gender. Join us as we dive into our own experiences of femininity, masculinity, and all the countless experiences of gender that defy categorization! Open to anyone interested in exploring their own gender expression, regardless of dance or improv experience!”

Dancing Gender With Taylor Garrison

“Solidarity Healing September is important to me because I believe in the power of finding one’s superpower and using it in the path towards collective liberation. The idea that I could share space and ideas with other gender-questioning people AND it could be in service to Black healers and community is amazing! I’m so excited to create these spaces and start these journeys together!”
–Taylor Garrison

Event Date and Time
Thursday, September 17, 4-6 PM PT

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White page surrounded by pens and plant reads "Dear Me: A Love Letter to Myself..."
Image description – Text reads: “Dear Me: A Love Letter to Myself…” Text is written in cursive on a white piece of paper, which is on a light brown background and is surrounded by calligraphy pens, a jar of black ink, and long green plants. In small text on the bottom, it reads: “Photo by Kelly Sikkema – inkypixelsdesign.com”

Dear Me: A Love Letter to Myself With Anna Flurry (she/her/hers)

“Participating in Black Healing October and Solidarity Healing September is important to me because I believe that in order to grow as interconnected, caring communities, we must learn about ourselves and the world that we live in, and we must heal from the toxicity of white supremacy and oppressive hierarchies, as well as from the harm that we have survived and caused. The more we heal ourselves, the more we heal the world, and the more we heal the world, the more we heal ourselves. They are one and the same. And so we will grow these outwardly spiraling, tessalating networks of caring communities engaging in healing and educating practices, and we will build the liberated world that we dream of.”
–Anna Flurry

Event Date and Time
Sunday, September 20, 4-6 PM PT

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A Black woman and a white woman embedded in layers of a painting. Text overlaid: The One Truthiness — TRUST.
Image description: A Black woman and a white woman embedded in layers of a painting. The painted figures are of many different sizes, falling and looking out and struggling. Text overlaid: The One Truthiness — TRUST.

The One Truthiness — TRUST by Charlie Levin #1

“Racism and othering undermine whole swaths of people at the most fundamental levels of identity and belonging. The One Truthiness seeks to bring people together as we are, with our strengths and wounds.”
–Charlie Levin

Event Date and Time
Friday, September 25, 6-8 PM PT

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White text over the image of a starry night sky reads: Moving Towards Collective Liberation A workshop for white Direct Service Providers. Below reads: Workshop Objectives: Identify our stake in dismantling external and internal white supremacy. Practice new tools to notice, process and respond to our experiences. Develop resources to stay in alignment with anti-racist values in our lives and work. Facilitated by Sonia Decker & Emily Cobbey.
A banner at the top of the image shows ornament-like gold stars against a black background. Below that, an image of a starry night sky with black, blue and pink coloring, and white lettering reading: Moving Towards Collective Liberation A workshop for white Direct Service Providers. Below and to the left, in smaller white font, it says: Workshop Objectives: Identify our stake in dismantling external and internal white supremacy Practice new tools to notice, process and respond to our experiences Develop resources to stay in alignment with anti-racist values in our lives and work. At the bottom right of the image in small, white font, it says: Facilitated by Sonia Decker & Emily Cobbey.

Moving Towards Collective Liberation: A Workshop for White-Identified Direct Service Providers With Sonia Decker, AMFT and Emily Cobbey, ASW

“We are very excited about being able to financially support space facilitated by Black healers, for Black people! We believe that our healing is all connected and that as white people, we must work to examine and heal the ways in which white supremacy lives in us. We know that any healing work we do within ourselves and with other white folks is a vital part of what we can do to move towards collective liberation. We are excited that Solidarity healing September gives us the opportunity to engage in action on many levels, including directly supporting Black folks as well as engaging with other white folks.”
–Sonia Decker and Emily Cobbey

Event Date and Time
Saturday, September 26, 1-4 PM PT

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A Black woman and a white woman embedded in layers of a painting. Text overlaid: The One Truthiness — TRUST.
Image description: A Black woman and a white woman embedded in layers of a painting. The painted figures are of many different sizes, falling and looking out and struggling. Text overlaid: The One Truthiness — TRUST.

The One Truthiness — TRUST by Charlie Levin #2

“Racism and othering undermine whole swaths of people at the most fundamental levels of identity and belonging. The One Truthiness seeks to bring people together as we are, with our strengths and wounds.”
–Charlie Levin

Event Date and Time
Sunday, September 27, 11 AM-1 PM PT

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comMUSIKey logo. Text below reads: Music is the key to community. Images of people playing music and dancing on the letters.
Image description: comMUSIKey in large different colored letters with little people playing music and dancing on the letters. Text below reads: Music is the key to community.

Every Body Music for Every Body With Jonathan Best

“I have become hyper aware in the last few months of how much it hurts to participate in a system built from the ground up upon racism. Every little bit I participate in dismantling this system feels uplifting. Because using music to bring people together has been central to my adult life I jump at every opportunity to use it in this struggle.”
–Jonathan Best

Event Date and Time
Monday, September 28, 5-7 PM PT

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