In this interactive workshop, we will address the lifelong impact of racial inequities and our individual responsibility to dismantle disparities in the end-of-life space.
Restorative justice, a term often used in relationship to the criminal justice system, is the practice of confronting and repairing harm. This workshop supports organizations and communities to deepen and shift the framing of racial disparities by acknowledging and discussing the many dimensions and complexities of this issue. We believe that when conversations stay on the surface, as they often do, they are not only ineffective at creating change but are also harmful; this session is designed to go deep.
The session will be led by Comfort Homesake, a multi-generational, multicultural, multilingual, multi-faith organization focusing on advanced health care planning for people managing a chronic disease or facing end-of-life.
Note: If you are a Reimagine Collaborator (a current or past event host), and the cost of the workshop is an issue, please email firstname.lastname@example.org for a free registration.