The Healing Justice Dialogue Series invites you to join us for a discussion on community wellness and healing on November 13, 2020. This conversation will feature Pulitzer Prize Journalist Jose Antonio Vargas and art therapist Christina Fontenelle. This event will be held virtually on Friday, November 13th, from 11am-12:30pm. Register here, and see the attached … Continue reading The Healing Justice Dialogue Series – Restorative Action: Community Wellness and Healing
The Healing Justice Dialogue Series invites you to join us for a talk on race, restorative justice, and healing on November 9, 2020. This conversation will feature Fania Davis, author of The Little Book of Race and Restorative Justice: Black Lives, Healing, and US Social Transformation (2019) and will be moderated by Tomás Ramirez, DePaul … Continue reading The Healing Justice Dialogue Series – Race, Restorative Justice, and Healing
Please join us for the 13th annual Health Equity & Social Justice Conference hosted by DePaul University’s Master of Public Health Program and the Center for Community Health Equity. The goal of this year’s conference is to bring together community voices, share best practices, and provide a forum for organizations in the Chicagoland area to … Continue reading Registration for HESJ 2020 is Now Open!
The Healing Justice Dialogue Series’ next event is happening on October 9, 2020. This conversation will feature three presenters discussing issues of immigration, the importance of voting, and ways to increase civic engagement. This event will be held virtually, beginning at 10am on October 9 – link to register is here. Please see the attached flyer for … Continue reading The Healing Justice Dialogue Series – Urgent Call to Action: Vote for Justice, Equity and Immigration Reform
The Healing Justice Dialogue Series will be hosting its first of a series of events. This conversation will feature Tanuja Jagernauth, a playwright and practitioner of transformative and healing justice, and Sangeetha Ravichandranis, a queer South Asian activist scholar, art therapist and current PhD student at the University of Illinois at Chicago in the sociology … Continue reading The Healing Justice Dialogue Series: Healing Justice, Mutual Aid, and Abolitionist Feminism