Healing Our Ancestors with Ayo Ngozi Drayton
3 Tuesdays: Nov 3, 10 & 17
5-7pm PST/ 8-10p EST
$124, OPEN TO ALL
Classes will be closed captioned but not recorded
Registration deadline extended to November 2
ALL SCHOLARSHIPS HAVE NOW BEEN SPOKEN FOR
We are made, literally, of our ancestors’ flesh and blood and also carry their experiences, impulses, memories, joys and traumas. Herbs and foods can help connect us more deeply and positively to our ancestral lineage, and to cultivate healing that can sustain future generations. We also inherit traditions and practices that can support us in healing the wounds of our ancestors.
In this series, we’ll explore family history, cultural practices, our ancestral triumphs and wounds and connecting them to plant-based practices. Short readings (and other media content) and practical exercises will be included for each session.