Co-founded by DePaul and Rush in 2015, the goal of the Center for Community Health Equity is to improve community health outcomes and contribute to the elimination of health inequities in Chicago.
June 2 – Healing Journeys: Turning to Grief in Community with Misty De Berry
The Healing Justice Dialogue Series is offering a space to cultivate a communal space for healing in the context of loss and grief that so many of us and so many others have experienced this past year.
Join us for Healing Journeys: Turning to Grief in Community with Misty De Berry on Wednesday, June 2 from 6:00-7:30 pm (CST).
How might we cultivate a healing presence with loss and grief? In what ways can we nurture community–turn to one another–along the way? This workshop opens a space for meditation, storytelling, and support around feelings of grief and loss while navigating the overlapping terrains of personal change and social upheaval.
Misty De Berry is a senior lecturer in Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies at Dartmouth College. Both her scholarly and artistic work take up the relationship between Black women, embodiment and psychic violence.