The LA For All Healing Circles are open dialogues to build a better Los Angeles held virtually or in-person to foster stronger community bonds, support community-based organizations, and provide safe spaces for Angelenos to discuss the impacts of racial trauma, identity, systemic racism, and the COVID-19 pandemic.
It’s important that we take care of ourselves in community. We’re partnering with Mayor’s Fund LA and community organizations across the city to host Healing Circles in-person and online.
We hope you join our next Healing Circle on February 1st at People’s Independent Church near Slauson & Crenshaw at 5:30 pm PST. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to RSVP.
Community Healing Circle
- Wednesday, February, 1st | 5:30 – 7:00 pm
- Location: People’s Independent Church, 5856 West Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90043 (Parking is available onsite)
- About: Deylnn CDC inc, Christ Temple Cathedral Los Angeles, and The Promise Enterprise LLC will be hosting a Community Healing Circle, a space to hear your voice on the issues facing your community and how we might create healing.
Please RSVP to email@example.com
Each healing circle will offer opportunities to discuss relevant themes and current topics, including mental health, addressing hate, and growing togetherness in Los Angeles.
Modeled after the LA Civil Rights LA For All anti-hate program, these dialogues seek to acknowledge past wrongs created by systemic racism and address the present consequences. LA for All Healing Circles will foster cross-cultural relationships, support the work of confronting internal biases, and shape equitable public policy solutions at the local level.
The LA For All Healing Circles come as a precursor to the LA Civil Rights Peace & Healing Centers launching in January 2023. The city-funded Peace & Healing Center program will include 9 centers, in partnership with local community-based organizations, focused on social, economic and environmental healing.