Racial Healing Circle

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Racial Healing Circles are an opportunity to explore one's racial identity, the role of race and racism in society, and the ways we can collectively live antiracist lives. In the tradition of Indigenous circle processes, healing circles draw on our relationships, our stories, and our communal wisdom to learn from and with one another about how we can live together in ways that heal rather than cause trauma. If you are interested in learning more about your racial identity, the role of race and racism in society, or if you desire communal healing from racialized harm, participating in a racial healing circle might be for you.

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For questions please contact Dr. Jimmy McCarty

jwmccar@uw.edu | 253-692-5699 | WCG 109