Join us for the 2019 Thrive Summit June 18th and 19th at the Ted Ferry Civic Center. The focus for this year is increasing community capacity for promoting equity and collaboration.
The two-day training will feature Praxis International facilitating conversations on how to advocate for community and systems change to support equity and build solutions to social issues. This is an opportunity to dive into systemic and institutional oppression in our community and society. Praxis trainers Kata Issari and Amanda Weston will help us find ways to maximize change in our community by turning advocacy into activism.
Day one will open with a keynote from Dr. Linda Chamberlain exploring the neurobiology of trauma, self-regulation, and healing practices.
Cost is $25 per person, and includes lunch both days.
Register here: https://forms.gle/wY7rwNXA6Fib9isg7