Race-Based Affinity Spaces for Individuals
We facilitate individuals in our recurring workshop LISTEN IN, available internationally over zoom. These Affinity Space / Working Group gatherings address white supremacy and the body over a month long series:
BIPOC Affinity Circle led by Kai Hazelwood: We heal better together; drawing on the lineages of pleasure activism, healing the somatic toll of white supremacy, and honoring rest as resistance and reparation, this virtual space will provide a container for rest, resetting, and releasing. Together we will build a practice of nervous system settling strategies to resource ourselves and each other in our current lives.
White Working Group led by Sarah Ashkin: This virtual workshop supports white people in cultivating sensation in the body in order to embody anti-racist action from a place of awareness. Over the five weeks, we will use movement, reading and discussion, and accountability practices to process our bodies’ feelings, privilege, and potential for action. This intentional anti-racist white space is in direct accountability and support of the LISTEN IN: BIPOC Affinity Circle.“