Gather, talk with our ancestors, break bread together and bring our whole selves to the table as we engage in decolonization.
An opportunity to grapple together with questions about land, belonging, reparations, intergenerational trauma, healing, ancestors and more.
This year our focus is reading and discussing My Grandmother's Hands by Resmaa Menakem together.
To prepare and/or see if you are interested in the material, check out this video interview.
Last Friday of the month, 7-8:30pm*
January 25, 2019
February 22, 2019
March 29, 2019
Location: private home in North Berkeley, California (address provided when you RSVP) OR via zoom
* Folks attending in-person are welcome to come at 6:30 and stay until 9, while folks participating online can be online for that entire 2.5 hr period, the engaged dropped-in conversation part will be 1.5 hrs.
Decolonization Dinner is by-donation. Donations will be used to cover coordination and food costs and everything after that will be sent to BIPOC organizations. If you aren't able to bring food to share please donate more as your contribution. Please send contributions to paypal.me/elsaasher.