Rooted in Resilience Mapping Project
Rooted in Resilience was seeded in 2017 as a project to map the ecosystems of people and groups weaving healing, spiritual, and faith-oriented practices together with social justice and transformative organizing.
By providing this view of how individuals, organizations and entire movements are imagining and drawing on lineages of spiritual sustainability or holistic care to resist well and achieve freedom and justice for all of us, Rooted in Resilience seeks to emphasize how important the work of transformation, spiritual engagement, and healing is, highlight the questions and challenges practitioners are themselves facing, and make the case for why and how we can invest in the roles and resources needed.
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