Watch Recording: Inspiring Minds: Live Conversations Offering Wisdom for Our Time

Healing Intergenerational Trauma
Join Aaron Stern and Pumla Gobodo-Madikizela in conversation about innovative programs and approaches designed to nurture meaningful dialogue, break down barriers, and facilitate personal transformation aimed at healing the harmful legacies of the past. Artist Hawah Kasat will also present a spoken word piece.

Event Details

Date: February 23rd - September 30th, 2022
Time: Multi-day Event
Location: Zoom
Notes: This is a zoom based event. Ticket prices are tiered.

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Unresolved trauma and harmful belief systems are handed down through generations, perpetuating racial and social injustice and cycles of violence. In this episode, we’ll explore the African philosophy of Ubuntu, which laid the groundwork for healing in the aftermath of apartheid in South Africa. Presenters Pumla Gobodo-Madikizela and Aaron Stern will share innovative programs and approaches designed to nurture meaningful dialogue, break down barriers, and facilitate personal transformation aimed at healing the harmful legacies of the past. Along with a spoken word piece from Hawah Kasat, the episode will explore:

  • How to create safe spaces where intergenerational healing can take place, rooted in an understanding of our interconnection?
  • What is the role of wisdom traditions, storytelling, and the arts in building resilience and leadership skills among today’s youth?

Signing up is required to attend the event live on Zoom; everyone who signs up will also receive an email with the event recording afterwards. The event recording will be posted on the Academy’s website and Mind & Life’s YouTube channel for free viewing with no sign up required.

Location

Zoom

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