At 6PM on Friday, May 6, 2021, Peggy Choy, Associate Professor, Dance Department/Asian American Studies, University of Wisconsin-Madison, will coordinate a on-line performance webinar entitled “Community Healing in the time of BLM: Anti-Asian Violence and BIPOC Solidarity“. She and guest artist Lacouir D. Yancey (Bboy Spirit)talk about the program which will involve a healing circle, […]
It’s another edition of Ali’s Book Club! Today, Wednesday host Ali Muldrow spends the hour with Leesa Cross-Smith to discuss her latest novel, This Close to Okay, which explores topics like mental health and the importance of human connection through the story of two strangers who spend a healing weekend together. Leesa Cross-Smith is a […]
Whether you’re seeking information, inspiration, inner peace, mental stimulation, or you’re just curious about what’s out there, Empowering the Mind Body Spirit Wellness Expo invites you to join us on Saturday, November 16, 2019, from 10:00am-4:30pm. It will be held in the Goodman’s Brassworks Community Room. November 16, 2019 (Saturday) 10:00am – 4:30pm Free Admission […]
Survivors and Allies events are held to bring Wisconsin survivors and their allies together to learn self-care techniques, network and discuss new developments in the sexual assault movement. Sessions being offered include Enneagrams for healing and relationships; Bystander intervention; Creative art session provided in Spanish; EFT (or tapping) for trauma and self-care; Healing after trauma; […]
On November 11, 1918 at 11:00am, the Allied powers signed a ceasefire agreement with Germany, bringing World War I to a close. November 11 is now observed as Armistice Day in Europe, Remembrance Day in Great Britain, and Veterans Day in the U.S. For today’s episode, we focus on veterans, art, and healing spaces. Our […]
Lilada Gee talks about self-care and Black healing with Satya X, founder and organizer of the Women Of Color Healing Retreats in Costa Rica. The wellness retreat is designed to connect Black Americans to nature and themselves, and is a space to unwind and disconnect from the psychological trauma of systemic racism.