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Purchase the Intergenerational Trauma and Its Impact Today from the 2021 Virtual Summit

  • 08/23/2021
  • 12:00 AM
  • 12/31/2022
  • 12:00 AM
  • Virtual

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  • Intergenerational Trauma and Its Impact Today

    Description: The legacy of ancestral trauma is an issue that must be explored in depth to enact change related to structural and systemic racism in the legal system. When trauma is unprocessed, it is passed on from one generation to the next and impacts every aspect of an individual’s life. This program, led by Michelle Johnson author of Finding Refuge, will define intergenerational trauma and collective grief and its effect on daily living. The program will also offer solutions, strategies, and skills to respond to this trauma in the current cultural, political, and legal climate.
  • Intergenerational Trauma and Its Impact Today

    Description: The legacy of ancestral trauma is an issue that must be explored in depth to enact change related to structural and systemic racism in the legal system. When trauma is unprocessed, it is passed on from one generation to the next and impacts every aspect of an individual’s life. This program, led by Michelle Johnson author of Finding Refuge, will define intergenerational trauma and collective grief and its effect on daily living. The program will also offer solutions, strategies, and skills to respond to this trauma in the current cultural, political, and legal climate.

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Wednesday August 11, 2021

Michelle Johnson: Intergenerational Trauma and Its Impact Today

Description: The legacy of ancestral trauma is an issue that must be explored in depth to rectify the history of systemic racism in the legal system. When trauma is left unprocessed, it is passed on from one generation to the next and impacts every aspect of an individual’s life. This program, led by Michelle Johnson, author of Finding Refuge, will define intergenerational trauma and collective grief and its effect on daily living. Solutions, strategies, and skills will be discussed to respond to this trauma in the current cultural, political, and legal context.

Please contact SJ Snyder (sjsnyder@legalinclusiveness.org; 303.313.6861) if you wish to be a sponsor or have any questions.

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