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Thursday, June 14 • 4:00pm - 5:00pm
Special Program: The Cohabitation of Liberation & Healing: Trauma, Spirituality & Movements in Our Times

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Liberation work is critical for the survival of humanity, yet the front lines of movements bring increased stress, burnout, and trauma. Join as we examine ways to integrate healing and deep spirituality into movement-building through a time of dialogue, contemplative practices, and visioning a future marked by bold liberation and powerful healing.

Featured Participants
avatar for Rev. Brittany Caine-Conley

Rev. Brittany Caine-Conley

Lead Organizer, Congregate Charlottesville
Brittany is lead organizer of Congregate Charlottesville, which formed in response to white supremacist violence and seeks to equip people of faith for public witness. Brittany is rooted in the subversive way of Jesus and enjoys dancing, deconstructing destructive dominions of dominance... Read More →
avatar for Rev. Dr. Al Fuertes

Rev. Dr. Al Fuertes

Associate Professor, George Mason University
Dr. Al Fuertes is an Associate Professor at George Mason University and a field practitioner and consultant working around the world, specializing in psycho-social trauma healing as an integral component in peace-building and conflict transformation.
avatar for Vahisha Hasan

Vahisha Hasan

Executive Director, Movement In Faith
Vahisha Hasan is an activist, professor, and facilitator moving in the intersections of faith, social justice, and mental health. She is Executive Director of Movement In Faith & Director of Human Services at MCUTS. Her first book is Resipiscence: A Lenten Devotional for Dismantling... Read More →
avatar for Teresa P Mateus

Teresa P Mateus

Co-Founder, Executive Director, The Mystic Soul Project
Teresa is a trauma specialist, contemplative practice teacher, author, and speaker. She is executive director and co-founder of The Mystic Soul Project, a POC-centered approach to contemplation, activism, and healing. She is author of Sacred Wounds and Mending Broken, with a third... Read More →


Thursday June 14, 2018 4:00pm - 5:00pm
Room 6A/B/C

Attendees (48)