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Introduction to Racial Healing

Wed, February 1 @ 1:30 pm3:00 pm

Registration Required

"Introduction to Racial Healing" Feb 1

There are many different circle processes used across communities and cultures that serve various purposes and goals. The Racial Healing Circle (RHC) process and methodology used by TRHT Kalamazoo brings together individuals from varying identities and racial backgrounds in an intentional space to discuss personal narratives and provide insight, understanding, and appreciation of one another’s stories. Through sharing our unique experiences related to race and identity, we are working together towards trust, connectedness, forgiveness, balance, and wholeness. Learn how TRHT Kalamazoo’s circle process provides the community with the opportunity to engage the heart through truth telling and openness to listening.

ONEplace will email participants the zoom link the day before the training. Please contact [email protected] if you have any questions.

Presented by TRHT Kalamazoo


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Wed, February 1
1:30 pm–3:00 pm
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