Tuesday, June 26th – Friday, June 29th
10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
California Institute for Integral Studies
1453 Mission St, San Francisco, CA 94103
More Information and Registration HERE.
This workshop is being offered by the California Institute for Integral Studies (CIIS), and is therefore not offered on a Gift Economy Model. Partial scholarships are offered on a case-by-case basis.
“Power without love is reckless and abusive, while love without power is sentimental and anemic.” Dr. King, Gandhi, Chavez and others envisioned a movement that harnesses the power to change policies and institutions while cultivating the love it will take to transform relationships.
What does it mean to build holistic movements for justice and healing? How do we build a movement grounded in love without giving up the power and the urgency of now? How do we dismantle systems of oppression without replicating those same patterns in our own relationships? How do we heal our wounds while transforming the systems that perpetuate them? How do we better cultivate the relationship between inner and outer transformation? What do holistic movements for justice and healing look like in terms of real practice and on the ground?
This workshop will engage these questions, explore past and current movements, and envision paradigms and practices to build more holistic movements grounded in both justice and healing. This four-day inquiry will interweave theory, discussion, experiential exercises, and a collaborative approach.
This workshop is part of the California Institute for Integral Studies’ Summer Institute, “On the Cutting Edge of Justice and Healing.” For more information and other workshops being offered, visit www.ciis.edu/summer-institute