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Good Grief: Grief in the Black Community

Good Grief explores grief, mental health, and self-care in an inter-generational facilitated discussion.

About this event

Good Grief: Grief in the Black Community: Join them as they explore how they understand and cope with grief and loss on a variety of levels, especially during the pandemic. Their goal is to examine how loss impacts their day to day lives, the mental health of ourselves, loved ones, and the community, and where they can find resources for support.

The Black Talk Series is a space created to engage the Black community in often taboo topics, in an inter-generational facilitated dialogue.

Love Your Tribe believes that by fostering deeper conversation and learning through their shared experiences they can heal and grow. It is further enriched by bringing voices of multiple generations together (Baby Boomers, Gen X, Millennials, and Gen Z) in an often segregated world by age, race, and beyond.

Each session begins with a guided meditation to ground participants. Their hosts welcome facilitators with a range of knowledge and experiences that will guide the conversation, and moderate small group breakout sessions where participants can have more intimate dialogue.

The Black Talk Series is centered on the Black experience. It centers their love for themselves and their visions for the world they want to live in: one that does not degrade, diminish or dispose of them. By centering blackness they reclaim and return to their full humanity.

Non-black people of color are welcome in the space. Their role is to protect the space intentionally centered on Blackness; witness what is happening in the space and to themselves at the moment; and to honor, taking in what is shared and letting it mean something in their life.

This event is virtual and open to ALL ages

Upcoming Dates

  • Thursday, October 13, 2022, 7:00 - 9:00 pm

Past Dates

  • Thursday, September 8, 2022, 7:00 - 9:00 pm