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Healing Black Lives: A Day of Renewal for Activists of African Descent

March 18, 2017 @ 9:30 am - 4:30 pm

Healing Black Lives

Join OneLife on Saturday, March 18th (9:30- 4:30) for a special day of healing and renewal for Activists of African Descent.

* Practices for sustainability, resilience, and spiritual well-being
* Free mini-sessions with healing practitioners
* Community connection and support
* Finding strength in ourselves and one another
* Sharing hopes and visions
* Gathering in sacred space

Please bring a dish to share for our potluck lunch, a re-fillable water bottle (we will have filtered water available for you), a journal or notebook, and anything you need to be comfortable for the day.

The event is offered free of charge.
(Donations to “pay-it-forward” will be gratefully received.)

Note: In order to create the richest healing experience for participants, admission will be limited to the first 35 people to arrive. An RSVP ticket is not a guarantee of admission. Thank you for your understanding.

** PLEASE RESPECT THIS AS A SPACE FOR BLACK ACTIVISTS ONLY ** THANK YOU ** We have other retreats and workshops open to all.

Facilitated by Rev. Kamal Hassan and Leah Kimble Price, LMFT.

Held at Lake Merritt United Methodist Church, 1330 Lakeshore Ave. (Limited on-site parking available / Public transit accessible)

Registration required: http://bit.ly/2m4cztQ


March 18, 2017
9:30 am - 4:30 pm
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OneLife Institute for Spirituality & Social Transformation
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Lake Merritt United Methodist Church
1330 Lakeshore Avenue
Oakland, CA 94606 United States
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