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Wednesday, August 12 • 9:00am - 9:30am
The Work that Reconnects: From Grieving to Healing

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Agent of change, therapist, social justice activist, and motivational speaker, Tabitha Mpamira begins: 
  • The Baton of  Grief & Healing: Understanding what grief & healing practices were passed onto you and whether or not they still serve you.
Her talk will be woven with the mastery of 'the Work that Reconnects Facilitator, and Artist In Action, Lydia Violet: “We can become unafraid of our pain for the world because we know that grief is an expression of profound love, anger a passion for justice, fear an attempt to have the courage to face it, and even not knowing is an attempt to make space for the new and needed to come in. The integrity of the next world is built on knowing the wounds of this one.”

Facilitator
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Tom Llewellyn

Strategic Partnerships Director, Shareable.net
Tom Llewellyn is a community organizer, consultant, and storyteller promoting people-powered solutions for the common good. He’s the strategic partnerships director for Shareable.net, executive producer and host of the award-winning documentary and podcast series “The Respon... Read More →

Voices
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Tabitha Mpamira

Founder and Director, EDJA Program
Tabitha Mpamira is a therapist, activist, motivational speaker, and consultant on sexual and gender-based violence with a long working history in the mental healthcare industry. In 2015, Tabitha founded EDJA to provide free medical, legal, and mental health services to survivors of... Read More →
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Lydia Violet (California/Iran)

Creator, Lifelong Musician, Singer, #ArtistInAction, Music As Medicine Project (MAM)
Lydia Violet Harutoonian is an accomplished Iranian-American multi-instrumentalist weaving together Southern blues, American roots, and Iranian folk music traditions. In her live band she combines fiddle, banjo, and luscious 3-part harmonies to offer a soul-folk revival experience... Read More →



Wednesday August 12, 2020 9:00am - 9:30am
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