Lessons in Self-Care for the Black Soul
We all strive to be more mindful of self, but how do racialized students manage to balance care of self in all they do amidst the spectre of racism in their work, school and civic life.
Join Hancock Lecture moderator Kofi Hope at this energizing workshop where we will seek to provide the tools and supports necessary for an inclusive self-care package. We hope to open up a space for productive dialogue and create real opportunities to share experiences and lessons learned.
Join our special guests for intimate and informative round table sessions exploring these complexities as well as tips for self-care as it relates to the many areas of our everyday lives.
Workshop sessions include:
- Employment 101: Being and Bringing Your Whole Self To Work
- Activism, Advocacy and the Art of Interventions – finding peace in a world of protest
- Mindfulness of body, mind, spirit – know thyself
- The Many Facets of Black Masculinity
When: Mon., Feb. 5, 2018, 12-2 pm
Where: East Common Room, Hart House
Cost: $5 (cash only, refundable upon attendance) / Register at the Hart House Information Hub
Lunch will be provided