Skill Building for Restorative Justice featuring Sandra Sosa (https://burnsinstitute.org/staff/sandra-sosa/). Participants will explore and learn some foundational concepts as principles of peace-making/talking circles.
Wed. Oct. 27th, 6-7:30 pm Central Time. Register in advance for this meeting:
https://depaul.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJYpc-irqDsoG9LP96jB3C5fNi0CdYGV1roA After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
Co-organizers: The Center for Black Diaspora, the Center for Community Health Equity, the Eagan Center, Peace, Justice, and Conflict Studies Program, the Women’s Center
Sandra is a member of the Social Justice and WellBeing Team with the Haywood Burns Institute, and will help participants explore and learn some foundational concepts as principles of peacemaking/talking circles. Sandra brings over 18 years of experience in working to create a safe space for endangered youth in communities to listen, share, learn, and heal together so that they may flourish and thrive. Born and raised in the Little Village Community of Chicago, IL, Sandra Sosa’s social justice philosophy and approach to community development weaves ancestral teachings and rites of passage work together with modern youth development practices. burnsinstitute.org/staff/sandra-sosa