A brave, supportive and healing space for participants to reflect, intergroup dialogue and build community. In solidarity with National Day of Racial Healing and in recognition of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., participants will have the opportunity to set clear intentions and goals to realize the Beloved Community at WSU as change agents for equity, diversity, inclusion, belonging and justice.
- Self-care and advocacy session commemorating Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and in solidarity with National Day of Racial Healing
- Facilitator: Obie Ford III
- Prerequisite: None
- Open to faculty, staff and students from all WSU campuses
- A Group 2 workshop for Vancouver participants