Social Justice Sundays Series #1: Inclusion

Facilitated by Roberta Wilmore and Deirdre Morris

January 27, 2019 -
4:00pm to 6:30pm


Why is inclusiveness important in the Hilltowns? Why is inclusiveness important?

Social Justice Sundays is a series of 7 workshops for opening dialogue about inter-sectional social justice. This first Sunday will focus on inclusion, what it means, and what are the ways we can cultivate it. Join us as we engage in conversation and movement in a positive space with great refreshments!

In each 2.5h workshop, co-led by a trained Social Justice Facilitator and a Somatics Practitioner, participants will engage in open dialogue, critical thinking, and creative, interactive, & movement-based tools for building authentic, equitable relationships. Post-session we will offer a delicious shared dinner and open dance/jam space where we can further integrate the material.

  

Join us! We encourage local & regional community members, leaders, and organizations to come learn with us, build relationships, and have fun together, while gaining tools for more inclusive & constructive community engagement. Advance registration required.

3:45pm Arrival
4 - 6:30pm Workshop 
6:30 - 7pm Dinner
7 - 9pm Open Jam 

Workshop fees
$35 | Subsidized Rate
$50 | Full Rate
$65 | Professional Rate

$10 additional for Dinner. Open Jam/dance space included in workshop fee
Discounts for groups may apply. Contact Kelsey at development@earthdance.net for more info.


*Trainings may be filmed to offer documentation to the general community as reference tools, and for further learning and engagement.

Future workshop dates: Mar. 24, Apr. 28, May 26, Sept. 22, Oct. 27, Nov. 17

Our Sliding ScaleThe fees to attend Earthdance Jams and Workshops are priced on a sliding scale. Please pay at the highest level of the sliding scale that you can afford. This allows others who need to pay less the opportunity to attend.

Professional Rate: for those comfortably paying their rent or mortgage.The Professional Rate also helps us offer lower prices to those who could otherwise not afford to attend.
Full Rate: for those who have a regular income and are paying their mortgage or rent. Prices at this level contribute to the range of Earthdance's operating costs.
Subsidized Rate: for those with an income low enough that making ends meet is a challenge.

(Photo credits: Anna M. Maynard)