Resistance through rest, togetherness & cultivating joy

Resistance through rest, togetherness & cultivating joy

"Caring for myself is not self-indulgence, it is self-preservation, and that is an act of political warfare."

—Audre Lorde



Self-care is self-preservation, and thus, self-care is a radical act for people of the African Diaspora. Given the collective trauma we are experiencing, we are hosting a sound healing session by Shannon Sea, and invite members of the Black community to collectively rest, release grief, and self-preserve. Sea uses sound as a form of meditation. Her live-set sound healing session will feature nature soundscapes, field recordings, electro-acoustic sounds, synths, and low-frequency waves. These sounds will help bring you into a meditative state, which calms the mind.

7PM

Online

Free

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GSMBTB presents: Open Culture Lab - Focus on African musical heritage and culture

Free

Poetry_ Lab

Free

WAiVE Writing Round

Free

Healing Circle 4 BPOC Men

Free


The Mayor's Race Open Air Film Screening

€7


Afrikan Yoga in The Park

€15