Womanist Approach to Religion & Justice Education
A course that applies a womanist approach of re-membering, resistance, recovery and restoration to the discourse, justice and healing work going on with marginalized communities. Using an Africentric lens, thought leaders and practitoners engage learners in the interrelatedness of sacred cultural memory, activism, and critical consciousness in the restoration of wholeness to communities under assault. This is a learner-centered, participatory course grounded in relevant texts and professional practices. Community participation is welcomed. Course designed for all types of learning in a practical way! Register for one or more of the courses sessions. CEUs are available. Class meets once a month on Friday evening and Saturday.
January 25 & 26 Session-Remembering (Afrikan Womanhood) guided by Itihari Toure, Instructor-The Sankofa Center
February 22 & 23 Session-Resistance (Justice) guided by Toni Bond Leonard, one of the founders, Interfaith Voices for Reproductive Justice
March 22& 23 Session-Recovery (Freedom) guided by Liz Alexander, founder-She Dreams of Freedom (Incarcerated Women and Girls Advocacy)
April 26 & 27 Session - Restoration (Healing) guided by Ifetayo Ojelade, owner-The Healing Paradigm
Don't Wait--Limited Registration Available- $35.00 for 1 weekend or all 4 weekend sessions