The Shared Experience of Grief and Trauma in Communities of Color.

Friday, May 07 2021 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM [EDT]

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Friday, May 07 2021 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM [EDT]

This Community Conversation is part of NASW-NJ's Race, Responsibility, and Reconciliation Series.

Over the past year, collective grief and acts of public mourning have been increasingly present in our lives. Marginalized communities are affected by loss in unique and painful ways. For many people of color, the fear, exhaustion and constant grief that come from regularly dealing with various forms of discrimination and racism are compounded when additional trauma--such as COVID-19 and police shootings of persons of color--are added in. This Community Conversation will explore the nature of the experiences of communal grief and communal trauma in communities of color and offer tips and tools to help social workers and clients experiencing these issues.

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More information and resources on race and racism can be found here: https://naswnj.socialworkers.org/News/Race-and-Justice

This community conversation is sponsored by Institute for Personal Growth.  

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For more information, contact Helen French at hfrench.nasw@socialworkers.org

Contact the Organizer

Lionel Latouche is the Senior Project Manager of Equal Justice USA’s "From Trauma to Trust", a Newark-based Police & Community Collaborative Training Program. He is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Psychotherapist with The Institute for Personal Growth, with years of experience providing therapy to adolescents, adults and families of all backgrounds. Having suffered the loss of a loved one at the hands of police violence, Lionel's life mission is to help others heal through a journey of learning, exploring and sharing of oneself with others. His goal is to support people in seeing the "personhood" of those they don't understand. Lionel is passionate about the holistic well-being of individuals and communities, and dedicated his life to the elevation of mental health, equity and healing in black and brown communities.

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