Healing Justice Podcast 1st Birthday Party & Live Show
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Healing Justice Podcast is turning 1, and we have so much to celebrate & reflect on – with you! With 70+ episodes behind us and over 500,000 downloads on record, the time is right to gather in & build closer relationships amongst our community. So let's get together for our first-ever event to toast the year, cut some cake, meet incredible folks who share similar commitment to justice + healing, and co-create our first live show! We’ve gathered an incredible panel of listeners, collaborators, and season 1 guests to join us for a dynamic and interactive conversation about the state of healing in our movements, and where the work is leading us in 2019. More about those special guests below. The show portion of the night will be transformed into a podcast episode to share with our whole community who can't gather physically with us in Brooklyn so we can celebrate together. BIRTHDAY PARTY + LIVE SHOW: WHAT TO EXPECT 7 pm: Doors Open - Snacks, bar, meet amazing people8 pm: Live Show + Birthday Cake!9 pm: Party continues10 pm: Move next door to Friends and Lovers for the afterparty Accessibility Notes: Short ramp to enter via the front entrance. 1 inch step to enter the gender-neutral bathrooms. The rest of the space is flat. Please take care to avoid scented products out of respect for our friends with chemical sensitivities. TICKETS & INVESTING IN US We are at a critical turning point in determining whether this project will make the leap from infancy to toddlerhood, and begin to embody the kind of sustainability we deeply believe in. Specifically, starting in 2019 we need to hire our first staff member! Your generous support will help us raise the critical funds needed to continue offering our community access to inspiring stories, leaders, and practices to support our liberation. Please co-conspire with us in this way or any way you can to keep this community resource growing. Community ticket (cost of attendance): $20 Supporter ticket (cover your own ticket & help sponsor 3 grassroots activists): $50 Party Co-host ticket (help us throw this party and support the podcast going forward! You will be thanked live at the party, unless you prefer anonymity): $100 Episode Sponsorship ticket (sponsor an episode for season 2! You will be thanked live at the party, and on the credits of the show, unless you request anonymity): $500 Season 2 Co-Sponsorship ticket (help fund our first staff hire and launch us toward sustainability for our second year! You will be thanked live at the party, and on the credits of the show, unless you request anonymity): $1000+ Grassroots ticket (limited quantity - discounted ticket price to create access for people with financial need): $10 Make a donation: Can’t make it, or want to add a gift? We are so grateful!
- If you would like your donation to be tax-deductible, email email@example.com to get the details about how to donate via a different link so we can get you the proper documentation. * ABOUT OUR GUESTS FOR THE SHOW Kate Werning is a decade-long community organizer and social movement trainer, a healing practitioner, and the founder and host of Healing Justice Podcast. Her work is in weaving relationships, learning, and bridging access at the intersection of personal transformation and collective change. Sumitra Rajkumar is a somatics practitioner and teacher with generative somatics, coaching organizers and cultural workers to address the impact of trauma in their lives and move into leadership and collective action. She is a political educator and is working on her first novel. Hear her talk somatics and politics on episode 12. The Peace Poets are a collective of 5 artists that invigorate our social movements with chants and songs. They hail from The Bronx, and rock the mic in prisons, schools, community centers, clubs, rallies, refugee camps and on the blocks they live on. Hear them speak on why the cypher is the opposite of prison on episode 23. Alexis Francisco is an an organizer, educator, and assistant pastor at New Day United Methodist Church in the Bronx. Alexis' work focuses on centering spirituality and healing praxis in the work of community building and shifting dynamics of power and oppression. Hear him talk contemplative activism on episode 33. Jillian Lane White is an Afro-Indigenous organizer and media maker, whose political and artistic identity has been influenced by Gloria Anzaldúa, Barbara Smith, Audre Lorde, Zora Neale Hurston, and the many generations that use(d) their creativity to ensure our collective survival. She is a regular listener and cherished volunteer on the Healing Justice Podcast team. Thank you to our volunteer hosting team: Jillian White, Kirin Kanakkanatt, JD Davids, Nadia Tykulsker, Parke Ballantine, and more. Want to be a co-host or sponsor for the party, or the next season of the podcast? See one of the ticket prices above, or contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you want to give a tax-deductible donation. Thanks for being with us!