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After a year that tested our collective well-being, that bore witness to unprecedented levels of collective loss, and has compounded the places and pace of our work, it is vital that emerging practitioners honor their own needs for self-care and preservation so that they can continue to show up as best they can for communities hardest hit by the pandemic, white supremacist patriarchal violence, and climate change. In this session, learn about changes that were made amidst the pandemic to internal organizational cultures, learnings from the disability justice community that philanthropy would do well to embrace, and how to explicitly center the needs of Black, Indigenous and People of Color on your staff.
This session will complete with a fluid transition in to our Restoration session. Taking cues from scholars like The Nap Ministry, EPIP will lead attendees through a group session of rest.