Liberated Love: Growing a healing practice
Thursday February 14th, 2019
Rainier Arts Center
Experiencing hate is nothing new for us as LGBTQ+ people, particularly those of us LGBTQ folks that are also people of color. While national and local numbers of hate violence incidents’ are rising, we have known this hate to be true long before the numbers began to catch up. One of the most powerful ways we continue to resist hate and survive throughout the violence is by coming together; growing and sustaining deep, celebratory, and liberated communities rooted in love. Existing in community can be difficult though if we forget to tend to ourselves as well. Join the Northwest Network to learn and practice self healing techniques. We hope for these techniques to serve as groundwork to engage and be fully present in communities, relationships, and families, of liberated love.
* More information about workshops and facilitators will be posted soon! Thank you for your patience.
This event is open to LGBTQ+ folks and their loved ones who have been affected by hate and hate violence.
The Rainier Arts Center is a 5 minute walk from the Columbia City Light Rail Station. Bus routes 7, 50, and 9 also stop within a block of the Rainier Arts Center.
The event space is the lower level of the Rainier Arts Building. The entrance for the space is on the north east corner of the building. At the main entrance there are both stairs and a ramp which lead into the basement of the building. The space has both ADA accessible and all gender restrooms. *Feel free to reach out with any other accessibility questions.