Bring your most pressing questions to our next event in the Passed and Present conversation series. Host Allison Gilbert will host a new discussion the last Thursday of every month.
This special event is for BIPOC grievers and their allies. We’ll cover how your racial identity impacts the way you grieve and share strategies to help you cope with your unique grief experience. Bring your concerns and questions. We’re here to support and listen.
Tinisch Hollins is the executive director of the criminal justice reform agency Californians for Safety and Justice and co-founder of SF Black Wall Street, an organization committed to preserving Black culture and building economic power in San Francisco. Hollins has worked passionately to bring the voices of survivors to the center of community engagement and public policy and has advocated tirelessly for those voices to guide decisions, priorities, and resources. Through demonstrated leadership in the fields of violence prevention and social justice, she has built effective partnerships with impacted communities, decision-makers, influencers, and stakeholders throughout California.
Allison Gilbert is co-author of Listen, World!: How the Intrepid Elsie Robinson Became America's Most-Read Woman, the first biography of American writer Elsie Robinson. Her previous books include, Passed and Present: Keeping Memories of Loved Ones Alive. On Allison’s popular grief and resilience blog, she features Q & A’s with some of the most notable names in our culture today including, Arianna Huffington, Jon Stewart, and bestselling authors Henry Louis Gates, Jr., Dani Shapiro, and Susan Orlean. She is host of "Women Journalists of 9/11: Their Stories,” a 20-part documentary series produced in collaboration with the 9/11 Memorial & Museum. Featured journalists include Savannah Guthrie, Maggie Haberman, Linda Wertheimer, Dana Bash, and many others.
The Passed and Present series, named after Gilbert’s inspiring book, is sponsored by For Grief, a platform created with a single goal in mind: to provide in one place the best and most trusted resources, support, and information available to begin the healing process. For Grief believes there’s always hope in a brighter tomorrow.
Registrants will be added to the For Grief and Reimagine e-newsletter lists.