Wednesday, December 5, 2012

Transformative Healing on the other side of Shame

Liberation Tea and Anti-Oppressive Skills Group is a monthly gathering for Portland-based humyn service workers to meet in supportive community with the opportunity to learn, practice and develop different skills and tools in justice-centered practice. We’ll offer tea, community and a safe, supportive space to share and grow in our practice. We welcome all justice seekers and healers of diverse healing practices.

This month at at Liberation Tea, we'll be meeting to watch/discuss the awesome (shame and resiliency researcher) Brené Brown's film, "The hustle for worthiness."

Brené is an absolutely inspiring story teller, researcher and justice weaver, teacher and author of shame, joy and resiliency. Those of you not Portland-based, unable to join us for Liberation Tea this month, or those who simply care about justice, healing and radical transformation, I invite you to sit down with your own cup of tea to watch Brené's inspiring TED talk.

Liberation tea will be 12/22 from 2-4pm. For more information visit: or email: Please RSVP your interest by email. This is an open group--new friends and allies are warmly welcome.

Anchored by Social Work Activists and Educators: Heather Horizon Greene and Sheila Walker.

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