COVID-19 Response and Reopening

Season of Nonviolence: Spiritual Activism & Social Justice

Wednesday, 2/12/2020 from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.

Coats Campus Center, Wille Hall

Spiritual Activism & Social Justice with Ericka Huggins

Ericka Huggins will share her personal experiences of finding life-affirming balance as an activist, and as a mother while on trial for her life. It is this balance that has continued to sustain her every day since. This talk will focus on everyone’s capacity to return back to humanity and find inner stability in the face of continual daily challenges, so that we create healthy ways to sustain ourselves.

FREE and OPEN to the public but we encourage you to RSVP here to reserve your seat.

About Ericka Huggins
Ericka Huggins is a human rights activist, poet, educator, former Black Panther leader and political prisoner who has devoted her life to the equitable treatment of all human beings. She has lectured across the country and internationally on issues relating to the well-being of women, children & youth; restorative justice as the antidote to punitive justice; whole being education, and the role of spiritual practice in sustaining activism and promoting social change.

Also see: Creating a Toolkit for Resiliency - Thursday, Feb. 13


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