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Staying alive is the most important component of any movement focused on combating systemic oppression. Too often, our emotional and physical wellness become sacrificed in movements aimed at resisting these oppressive forces, but this is unsustainable. Building a more equitable and just world will take commitment to healing individually from our emotional distress.

Gregory Mitchell is currently a candidate for MA in Ethnic Studies at San Francisco State University.  Personal experiences with gun violence and the prison industrial complex led to both his personal journey of healing as well as his professional pursuits as a mindfulness instructor and residential counselor in incarcerated settings; continuation high schools; and community-based organizations.

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CSCRE DISCUSSION SERIES PRESENTS GREGORY MITCHELL: HONORING OURSELVES THROUGH HEALING: TRANSFORMING OUR PAIN INTO OUR POWER ON THURS., 3/8/18, AT 6 PM IN KLINGENSTEIN LOUNGE | 0 Comments |
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