Saturday May 21, June 4, June 8. 3 - 4:30pm EST
A workshop series with cultural worker, coach, and spiritualist @keemhasthedream exploring restorative spiritual practices through an African Diasporic, BlackQueerTrans, and Disability Justice lens.
Suggested donation: $22/session (though not a barrier to entry)
3 workshops: Sunday May 21, June 4, June 18 @ 3pm EST
"These sessions were created for Black people of African descent who are trying to take care of themselves and explore their relationships with Spirit. You'll leave with pragmatic tools and powerful new insights and connect with a community of people who you can talk things through with in a safe and generative way." -@keemhasthedream
3 Spiritual Wellness Check-ins: Wednesday May 25, June 8, June 22 @ 8pm EST
A midweek community space to be seen, to be heard, and to revive your spirit.
Weekly digital resources: Tools and outlets for ongoing support and reflection.
Spiritual Wellness Exploration Workbook: A robust activity book and reflection guide to support emotional and spiritual exploration. Includes grounding strategies, community submissions, resources for additional connection and support, space to draw, take notes, and cultivate your own restorative spiritual practices.
Saturday May 21. 3pm - 4:30pm EST via Zoom
What do you want and need to care for your spirit? In this Introduction to Spiritual Wellness with @keemhasthedream, we focus on naming and knowing the condition of our spirits.
What does it mean to approach spirituality through an African Diasporan, Black/Queer/Trans, disability justice lens?
What restorative practices, rituals, and resources help foster joy, freedom, connection, and spiritual growth?
A native of North Philadelphia, (b. 1988) Hakim Pitts (they/them) is a Black Gender Queer creative and entrepreneur whose work is situated at the Nexus of visual culture, social justice and community care, and spiritual activism and wellness. Through their interdisciplinary practice, their mission is twofold: to Resource individual communities and organizations with tools to create, sustain and manifest their best; and use the fine arts and media to craft narratives that center marginal identities, challenge and redress oppressive systems, and imbue transformation.