February 13 & 14: Navigating Intimacy After Trauma with Rania El Mugammar

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Join us and skilled facilitator Rania El Mugammar for After Dark: Navigating Intimacy after Trauma.

This free, virtual session will explore the challenges and possibilities which are a part of the unique and collective experiences of people across the gender spectrum as they navigate intimacy in the aftermath (or in the midst of) trauma. Focused on healthy communication, sense of self, body image, triggers, safety and boundaries, this workshop will use curiosity, empathy and radical self love as foundational principles. 

We’re offering this workshop twice! You can sign-up for the closed-session for survivors of sexual violence (meeting as a part of our Healing Hearts Survivor Group), or for the open-session, which is available to all members of the UofT community.

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Photo by Marko Kovacevic

About Rania

Rania El Mugammar is a Sudanese artist, abolitionist,  anti-oppression consultant, and liberation educator based in Toronto. Rania’s artistic and community work is deeply rooted in Black Liberation. Rania is a published writer, award winning organizer, reproductive justice advocate, speaker, arts educator, and multidisciplinary performer.