Ecology is the branch of study that looks to the complex of patterns, relationships, and interconnection in the distribution and abundance of beings.
Practice is pattern-forming, application of idea, and lived experience as an embodied way of shaping change.
An Ecology of Practices looks to what nature can teach us about how to be with ourselves, how to be with each other, and how to embody change-shaping. Part curricular toolkit, part collaborative resource share, the Ecology of Practices is a space to hold lived creative practices as an offering to collectivized movement. To be done alone or with community, each practice works to build towards inter- and intrapersonal transformation using a healing justice framework.*
To learn more about healing justice, visit the website created by Mariame Kaba: Transformtheharm.com
Resources and Curriculum coming soon.
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