May 11: Racialized and Sexualized Trauma with Tenniel Brown

May 11, 12 p.m. – 1:30 p.m. ET

Join this virtual session on May 11, which is open to any members of the UofT community who identify as Black.

During this informative and engaging emotional liberation circle, participants will experience healing and community. The facilitator will support participants to reflect on the impact of racialized and sexualized trauma and changes they have made to cope. Participants will gain a deeper understanding of the relationship between intentional self and community care practices and thriving in systems where anti-Black racism operates. This space is hosted in partnership with the Anti-Racism and Cultural Diversity Office.

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For over 18 years Tenniel Brown (facilitator, clinical supervisor, therapist and yoga teacher) has been working collaboratively with diverse clients to apply holistic tools to transform the impact of trauma and mental health on their lives. Tenniel is a passionate leader and an experienced anti-oppression speaker; dedicated to improving the experiences of marginalized people in all institutional settings. She is co-owner of Browns Consulting a holistic financial coaching company based in Toronto; and founder of the Centre for Anti-Oppressive Communication which specializes in providing anti-oppressive and trauma informed speaking, training, coaching, and organizational consulting as well as customized workshops and team retreats.