Save the date for the Coloring Mental Health Collective symposium at Holman United Methodist Church, October 26-27, 2018. Sponsored in partnership with Claremont School of Theology, Holman United Methodist Church, The Clinebell Institute, and other organizations in the greater Los Angeles area, The Coloring Mental Health Collective symposium will seek to provide “safe and transformative spaces for communities to dialogue, imagine and re-imagine, and create a new future for Black and Brown people to more fully embody healing, freedom, and life-giving relationships.” The symposium is titled “Telling Our Untold & Unacknowledged Stories: Reflections from Black and Brown Bodies.”

According to its website, The Coloring Mental Health Collective “advocates and organizes for the mental wellness of Black and Brown people and seeks to dismantle oppressive ideologies and behaviors that cause emotional suffering.”

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