The Healing Justice Dialogue Series – Urgent Call to Action: Vote for Justice, Equity and Immigration Reform


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: Healing Justice, Mutual Aid, and Abolitionist Feminism


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

Black Public Health in the Era of Covid-19: A Conversation with Dr. Uché Blackstock


The Center for Black Diaspora presents a virtual Zoom event on Black Public Health in the Era of Covid-19: A Conversation with Dr. Uché Blackstock. Dr. Blackstock’s passion for equity and justice in health and society stem from her mother’s enduring legacy. It also comes from her decade of experience in clinical practice where she … Continue reading Black Public Health in the Era of Covid-19: A Conversation with Dr. Uché Blackstock

Auburn Gresham COVID-19 Virtual Town Hall


The Office of Mayor Lori E Lightfoot and the Greater Auburn Gresham Development Corporation invite you join a COVID-19 virtual town hall meeting for residents living in or near Auburn Gresham. Date and Time Saturday, April 25, 2020 10:30am Location Facebook Live: Auburn Gresham Development Corporation’s Facebook page Phone-In: 312-535-8110 (Access Code: 964 351 919)