CA: Attitudinal Healing Connection - Oakland

CA: Attitudinal Healing Connection - Oakland

 

Attitudinal Healing Connection - Oakland (AHC)

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Attitudinal Healing Connection - Oakland was founded in 1989 as a community-based 501(c)3 nonprofit and a member of the global network of Attitudinal Healing Centers.

Our mission is to empower individuals to be self-aware and inspired through arts, creativity and education, making positive choices to break the cycle of violence for themselves and their communities.

What we do: AHC builds healthy communities by breaking the cycle of violence.

How we do it: We provide platforms for creative expression and communication for children, youth, adults and families.Through our educational programs, workshops, events and healing circles, we cultivate skills in personal development, community leadership and the arts.

Our values: AHC promotes the understanding that we can choose peace over conflict and love over fear.

 

www.ahc-oakland.org
[email protected]
Telephone: 510-652-5530
Fax: 510-652-8233

Mailing Address:
1980 Mandela Parkway
Oakland, CA 94607

Contact Person:
Amana Harris, Executive Director

Tuesday, 19 February 2019 by Administrator

Racial Healing Circle
Color Theory: Diversity & Language
The last Wednesday of every month
7:30pm to 9:00pm 
Attitudinal Healing Connection - Oakland
1980 Mandela Parkway, Oakland, CA 94607

Go Deep, Heal, and Tell your story.

2019 is a year for action!  Let us not just talk about change?  Let us be the change we want to see.  We continue to host the Racial Healing Circle the last Wednesday of the month in a world of division, fear and violence. 

Because we are human, we will continue the moment by moment practice of changing the way we think about each other. We will continue to explore our focus on color and how our thoughts about color interrupts our connection to each other. This month we will explore issues that surfaces regarding language, diversity and fear of the other. What is your story? When did you first think, "I am different"? How does language impact you?

The focus of this circle is to encourage us to go deep, heal and share  our truth. What can we do to heal? What is your story?  We can close the division that we feel through truth telling, listening and forgiveness. But, will we?

In our humble opinion, this Circle has lasted for 30 years because people come to share their story, because they feel safe and that their story is important.  To learn more about the work of the Attitudinal Healing Connection, call (510) 652-5537 or visit our website: www.ahc-oakland.org