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Healing Our Communities: The Impact of Post-Traumatic Slave Syndrome, 2018 ACT Fundraising Breakfast

  • Congregation B'nai Israel 3600 Riverside Boulevard Sacramento, CA, 95818 United States (map)

TIckets are SOLD OUT. To be added to the waiting list, email your contact number to diana@sacact.org with WAITING LIST in the subject line and we will contact you should tickets become available.

Keynote Speaker:  Dr. Joy DeGruy has over 25 years of practical experience as a professional in the field of social work. She conducts workshops and trainings in the areas of mental health, social justice and culture specific social service model development. She authored Post Traumatic Slave Syndrome: America’s Enduring Legacy of Injury and Healing.

Tickets: $25

Purchase tickets here.

How does the legacy of slavery continue to shape our communities in 2018?  How do we tell the truth about multi-generational trauma and its impact on our youth?  And how do we begin to heal and restore our communities?

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Healing begins by simply telling the truth.  Truthfulness is the foundation of all human virtue.

Dr. Joy De Gruy

With special thanks to our Gold Sponsors, SEIU Local 1000 and Live Free!

 

Thank you to all of our sponsors:

  • Congregation B'nai Israel

  • Episcopal Diocese of Northern California

  • Jay Schenirer and Bina Lefkovitz

  • Jewish Community Relations Council

  • Kaiser Permanente

  • LA RED

  • Live Free

  • Mechanics Bank

  • Mutual Housing California

  • PICO California

  • Public Advocates

  • Sacramento Central Labor Council, AFL-CIO

  • Sacramento-Sierra's Building & Construction Trades Council

  • SEIU, Local 1000

  • Sheet Metal Workers' Local Union No. 104

  • St. Mark's United Methodist Church

  • SMUD

  • Trinity Episcopal Cathedral

  • Roman Catholic Diocese of Sacramento

  • U.A. Local 447 Plumbers & Pipefitters

  • Unite Here, Local 49

  • Youth Forward

Earlier Event: March 5
Education Organizing Committee