Going Together: Conversations on the Way Forward
The Restorative Inquiry offers an unprecedented opportunity to address major issues affecting African Nova Scotian communities, and to work on solutions together. The RI team will be hosting the first of what we imagine will be many community conversations on June 10 at the East Preston Recreation Centre (24 Brooks Drive, East Preston) from 8:30 am-4 pm. Join us for a day of World Café-style discussions on topics including:
- The impacts of systemic racism
- Education and employment
- Supports for African Nova Scotian families
- Community leadership
- Mental health and well-being
- African Nova Scotians and the Justice system
This free-of-charge event is an opportunity to join the conversation and help shape the work of the Restorative Inquiry. To register, email email@example.com by June 1. Space is limited.
Nene Kwasi Kafele is the founder and CEO of Akoma Learning Centre, a collaborative training, capacity building and wellness space focused on community development, research, anti-oppression, trauma resilience, collaborative leadership and social justice planning and advocacy.
Tyler Simmonds is a filmmaker, designer, stylist and mental health advocate from North Preston. He is passionate about raising awareness and support for youth who are struggling with mental illness. Find him online at www.tylersimmonds.com