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Healing Justice Dialogue Series

​​Healing Justice Main

Co-organizers: Center for Black Diaspora, Women's Center
Co-sponsors: African and Black Diaspora Studies, Critical Ethnic Studies, Peace, Justice, and Conflict Studies, Women's and Gender Studies​

Healing Justice Dialogue Mission Statement: 

Through the Healing Justice Dialogue Series, we aim to facilitate dialogue within and outside DePaul that:

  • ​ increases our understanding and consciousness around structural racism and violence

  •  raises our awareness about the historical trauma and oppression communities 

  •  experience, and how this has impacted individual and community wellness

  • helps us to learn from the resilience of diverse and indigenous communities and examine and experience nontraditional ways of healing

  • creates a community of healing and restorative justice

  • heightens awareness and community activism

We invite others to assist in contributing to this collaborative initiative and welcome other departments to help identify and co-sponsor speakers.  We value the work we can accomplish collectively.

An Evening with Rev angel Kyodo williams

rev angel Kyodo williams

Race, Restorative Justice, and Healing with Fania Davis​

Fania Davis Flyer

Healing Justice, Mutual Aid, and Abolitionist Feminism With Sangeetha Ravichandran & Tanuja Devi Jagernauth:


Jagernaut & Ravichandran ​