Staying engaged with our Community can show up in various modes: in-person, through Zoom, a phone call, social media, email, and/or our newsletters. These radical love letters are part catching-up, part calls-to-action, part resource sharing, and totally for you.
June 15, 2021
Intersectional Legacies + Practicing Accountability
This newsletter is an offering of opportunities (accountability practices, supporting pronouns, and summer + fall programming) to connect and commune with cojourners on our path to vitality and resources to learn more about June’s commemorations.
December 13, 2020
Recipe for Social Change + Daily Antiracist Practices
Reflecting on this year we are reminded of the necessity of self realization to self actualization. This month the team shares some reflections, tips, and resources as we close out 2020 and prepare for the New Year. Thank you for being part of our circle. We are honored to create and heal alongside you.
June 16, 2020
Addressing anti-Blackness + Resources for Black People
As we work towards collective liberation, we recognize the need for non-Black people to name anti-Blackness, to act to disrupt it and to not do business as usual. We recognize the need for white people to move back in terms of hoarding resources and to move up and take action. And we recognize the need to support healing for Black people. We have designed this month’s content with that in mind.
June 17, 2019
2019 National Facilitator Training + Alum Producer Gig
How can we continue to deepen our relationships with the communities that graciously host our national facilitator trainings, and create long term systems of support for their artistic and activist work? These questions and more percolate as we continue to strengthen our work. In this issue you will find: what's happening, alumni spotlight, and resources!
April 15, 2021
Leaders Saying NAH + Finding Peace
In this offering we focus on healing and wellness, hear from artEquity Deputy Director, Michael Robertson, about documenting a movement through our web-series, Talking Back; hear from trustees and leaders who are ushering antiracist values in their institutions; and provide wellness resources from sound bath to inclusive body movement.
October 20, 2020
Get Yo Justice On! Our Fall Programing is Here.
This is a time for growing and harvesting our external and interior worlds. Let's look deeply inward, so we can continue to be present, active, and ready for the coming change! In this offering we share our gift of space for BIPOC Leaders, resources for BIPOC surviving in Predominantly White Institutions, and training to fortify our ongoing journey to Justice. Let us open the vibration of abundance, healing, and tenderness.
April 16, 2020
A Tribute to Diane Rodriguez + Values-Based Leadership
The toll on our well being is real--layoffs, emotional and mental exhaustion, grief, heightened xenophobia, increased deaths, immigration raids, anxiety of the unknown AND known--we are in a time where adversity is amplified. But here’s what else we have witnessed--the way in which we are witnessing folks hold and lift each other up in this moment is a testament to the abundance of adaptive community-building.
February 14, 2019
What's Happening + Alumni Spotlight
This month, while we navigate and heal from the daily traumas in our lives, we encourage our community to give extra gratitude, thought, and study to the work of Black folks in justice movements, in the arts and culture, and beyond.
February 17, 2021
Black History + Music in the Theme of Love and Justice
In this issue, we continue our For the Love of Justice campaign by spotlighting the inimitable James Baldwin; gifting a specially curated playlist in the theme of love and justice; and sharing resources ranging from uplifting radical Black women to the journey of coming home to yourself in honor of Black History.
August 14, 2020
Collaborative Giving + BIPOC Surviving PWIs + Disability Justice
In this month’s offering, we invoke the power of nourishing self through Community: a powerful land acknowledgement from Lauren E. Turner; a process for vetting racism and other bigotries by Mica Cole; and therapist Ginger Klee shares how the trauma of existing in this world as a Black, Indigenous, Person of Color can impact our mental well-being.
December 15, 2019
End of Year + Growth + Looking Forward
At the end of our 5th year, we are excited to grow our staff, expand our core facilitation team, launch two new initiatives, and increase the alumni community to well over 200!
In this newsletter we are sharing 2019 highlights, shoutouts, and resources shared by this year's National Facilitator Training cohort and our team.