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Resilient Activism: Showing up Without Burning Out

Saturday, 4:00pm | Living Room

This discussion and practice-based workshop is for change makers, community builders, leaders and visionaries hungry for freedom, connection and celebration in their organizing, advocacy, educational or healing work. Together we will explore the boundaries and practices we’ll need to interrupt oppression from passing through us into the work and share powerful healing practices you can take with you.

Micky ScottBey Jones

Micky ScottBey Jones is a perpetual learner, “justice doula”, consultant, facilitator, mama/sister/friend, nonviolence practitioner and contemplative activist living just south of Nashville, TN.
Micky facilitates conferences, trainings and online conversations while exploring a variety of topics including self-care in community, healing justice, intersectionality, faith-rooted activism, revolutionary friendship, race & justice, and theology from the margins. She loves to curate contemplative and dialogic spaces and activities. Named one of the Black Christian leaders changing the world in Huffington Post, Micky is the Director of Healing Justice at Faith Matters Network. She is currently serving as an Associate Fellow for Racial Justice with Evangelicals for Social Action an activist-in-residence at Scarritt Bennett Center in Nashville, TN. She consults with a variety of people, projects and organizations as opportunities arise.
Micky believes in traveling the world while spreading revolutionary love, engaging in authentic conversations, and participating in transformative experiences – and most importantly – she never passes up a dance floor.

Session ID [212]
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