Join us as Juneteenth and the Summer Solstice converge for an afternoon of singing, listening, and recommitment to the work of building anti-racist culture. Facilitated by Paul Vasile from Music that Makes Community in collaboration with local song leaders and healers, we'll:
- explore embodied practices that anchor our bodies and support the mending of white-body supremacy and racialized trauma
- share songs that help us hold intentions for healing and right relationships with BIPOC and Indigenous kin
- recommit to reparative work we're called to do individually and communally
Registration for the half-day workshop is on a sliding scale, from $50 to $80. We invite you to pay what is generous and affordable with gratitude for the time and skill of our facilitators. No one will be turned away.
We are grateful to partner with 7400 Woodlawn to offer this event. A repurposed church building being transformed for the sake of community, they are gathering partners and offering community-building programming in the Green Lake neighborhood of Seattle.
WHEN
June 20, 2022 at 1:00pm - 5pm
WHERE
7400 Woodlawn
7400 Woodlawn Ave
Seattle, WA 98115
United States
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CONTACT
Charlotte Moroz · · 929-266-4662
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Music that Makes Community
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