The AMC Healing Justice Track and Practice Space are separate but collaborating entities of Detroit and National folk with a shared vision. We acknowledge and uphold that AMC is happening on Anishinaabe land in a predominantly Black city. Our Practice Space centers Indigenous, People of Color, queer, trans/ gnc and disabled voices and experiences, and affirm that this work is rooted in the lineage of those communities.
We see Healing Justice as the practice of movement towards abundance at the intersection of intergenerational trauma, current structures of oppression, and a generative and co-created future. We hold that joy and pleasure create possibility to be in right relationship with ourselves, each other, our land, and our spirits.
We strive to demystify medicine and healing and to make them accessible to everyone. We believe that each person is an expert of their own experience, body, and needs and that, ultimately, it is necessary to address the roots of trauma and injustice for individual and collective transformation.
Coordinators of this practice space are Violeta Donawa, Adela Nieves, and Chiara Galimberti.
Call for Participation
The Healing Justice Practice Space is looking for healers/practitioners to join us in providing trauma-informed, movement work-focused healing during the Allied Media Conference in Detroit, from Friday, June 15th to Sunday, June 17th, 2018.
We are currently seeking health and healing practitioners who can offer healing services in exchange for AMC registration and other need-based support.
Some of the practices we are looking to include are:
- Massage therapy/bodywork
- Breath work
- Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT)
*Priority will be given to Indigenous, POC, queer, trans, Detroit-based and disabled practitioners.
Apply HERE to participate!