Title: Accountability as a Spiritual Practice to Collective Liberation
Location: U of G, University Centre (UC) 442
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Description: This workshop will explore self-love and accountability as the key to transforming the way we understand community accountability and will use personal development and transformative justice strategies, including meditation, to re-conceptualize accountability as a spiritual practice to collective liberation.
Bio: Demetria Jackson self-identifies as a black womyn; a makeup loving, hurt and surviving, queer allied, transformative and healing justice love warrior and feminist of colour. She is a Canadian born multi-racial Jamaican and a displaced settler occupying Aboriginal land.
As a Feminist Lifestyle Coach and Creative Spiritual Life-Design Strategist, Demetria uses her own personal cocktail of feminist philosophy, transformative justice principles and personal development strategies to help women and femmes of colour create and design a spiritual life and practice that makes them feel safe, grounded supported, on purpose and liberated in every area of their life.
Also, for the kids:
Kids Night! — Beetle Mania
Location: Meet at the carpeted stairs in the University Centre at the UofG
We will be going over to the J.C. Taylor Centre in the Arboretum to take part in this fantastic evening walk. We will play a game on the way over and walk back to the University Centre after the walk.
Making up over ¼ of all animal-life on Earth and living in almost every niche imaginable, one might say “beetles rule”!
We will discuss how beetles became so successful, their incredible adaptions, importance to humans, and how to identify local groups.
NO CHARGE if you are part of our group!
Start Time: 5:45 pm
End Time: 8:45 pm