Reimagine Spring Events

Through June 9th

This spring, the Reimagine community will focus on Grief, Growth, and Justice, extending our journey into post-traumatic growth using a justice lens.

We strive to make this world more fair and equitable for people across the arc of our lives.

For those of us who pursue justice -- whether at home, at work, and in our communities -- this work can be rooted in love as well as loss. In spring 2022, we will dig deeper into the theory and practice of post-traumatic growth, particularly how volunteerism, civic engagement, and activism can be pathways towards personal and communal healing. By serving individuals and communities, growth and transformation are possible for those who are facing adversity, loss, and mortality.

We are excited to announce our Spring 2022 theme: Grief, Growth, and Justice.

From March 7 to June 9, we are going to extend our journey into post-traumatic growth using the following justice principle, provided by Reimagine’s organizational partner Holistic Underground.

"Justice is a state of integrity and wholeness, achieved through healing and transformation. When justice is present, we can trust that our safety and well-being are valued in a community or society."

In Fall 2021, the Reimagine community began an exploration of the theory and practice of post-traumatic growth, a body of research demonstrating that those who experience adversity and loss can achieve personal strength, optimism, meaningful relationships, appreciation of life and other people, and spirituality.

A key aspect of post-traumatic growth are acts of service. We are eager to share examples of service to others – and to hear about your actions, both large and small – as we continue journeying together from grief and loss towards personal growth, social transformation, and justice.

JEDI (Justice, Equity, Diversity & Inclusion)

We are inviting you, our Reimagine community, to be a part of this seasonal co-creation.

We'll be developing offerings for all those who want to face the hard parts of life, together, and wish to channel our adversities, losses, and mortality into meaningful growth through acts of justice, both small and large.