PeoplesHub Workshop – Connect online as an individual
At the Fire We Gather: A PeoplesHub Open House
Join for a PeoplesHub (virtual) fire/Open House.
2020 is a year that has defined us as an organization and as a world. We invite you to take a seat with us by the fire as we begin 2021 with hope, reflection and intention.
At PeoplesHub we are tending the fire, ensuring there is a place for all people.
We invite you to the fire if you feel a yearning inside, an opening, a desire for deeper belonging. A hope that the change you dream of will be actualized and maybe even for a moment or two it will happen around this fire.
At PeoplesHub we have asked ourselves big questions over this year and into the beginning of 2021.
What might we offer to sustain, support and fortify ourselves and our movements across the globe?
What is the role of technology and online connection in this moment in our movements and world?
More than ever, online popular education, accessible movement building and movement technology was/is needed to sustain and feed the fire of our movements moving in full force.
Join us for a creative and connecting open house. You will learn from our staff team as we reflect on our work in 2020 and look towards 2021 and beyond.
Bring your burning questions. As always there will be time for connection and reflection about our movements and the ways PeopelsHub might better support your work and lives.
Jardana Peacock, Niria Alicia, & Joe Tolbert Jr. (PeoplesHub)
Training Length and Type:
Connect as an individual
Thursday, February 11th
from 4-5:30pm PST/ 6-7:30pm CST/ 7-8:30pm EST
This training is ideal for:
Folks who want to learn about, connect with and support PeoplesHub.
You’ll come away with:
- Meet the PeoplesHub Team
- Connect with each other over the burning questions we bring to 2021
- Reflect on PeoplesHub work in 2020 and share visions for our work in 2021
What do you do to prepare?
Please choose a location with a strong internet connection, where you are able to share and listen comfortably. You’ll need a laptop or desktop computer, with video and headphones.
Access requests can be made during registration or by emailing Dustin Gibson at email@example.com, including interpreters and captioners.
Free or by donation.
Ready to sign up?
Jardana Peacock is a writer and a spiritual activist. They are the author of Practice Showing Up: A Guidebook for White People Working for Racial Justice. Their writings on the intersection of resilience and social justice have been featured in the SouthWrit, Mother, Huffington Post, Feminist Wire, Elephant Journal and other online and print publications. They have helped to found seven social justice organizations including the U.S. based network, Showing Up for Racial Justice (SURJ) and has worked as a cultural organizer and in development and communications at the Highlander Research and Education Center and the Anne Braden Institute for Social Justice Research. She often travels to other worlds through her imagination and in her car, and prefers to be barefoot. She’s entirely way too serious, but is practicing slowing down and being silly. They are happiest by water, in the mountains or desert, listening in to spirit, and playing in the sun with her kids. Find more at www.jardanapeacock.com
Niria Alicia is a Xicana climate justice organizer, educator and storyteller dedicated to protecting the sacredness of Mother Earth and the dignity of historically oppressed peoples. Born in a migrant farmworker community, her struggle for liberation and justice exists at the intersections of migrant justice, climate justice and indigenous rights. She works to bring spirit and culture into everything she does. Niria has worked nationally and internationally designing and implementing holistic curriculum and programs with an environmental justice and spiritual foundation which works to bring about social transformation by centering healing and care. Niria has worked with an array of groups and organizations designing stories and campaigns that encourage everyday people to actualize their potential and power. Her heart has guided her to be in service on the Run4Salmon journey; to the US-Mexico border providing humanitarian aid; to Standing Rock and Mauna Kea; and to the halls of the United Nations where she has been a speaker, has led healing circles, indigenous youth delegations, and has been a part of organizing historical direct actions. In 2019 she received the national ‘Emerging Leader Award’ from GreenLatinos’ and the internationally recognized ‘EE 30 under 30’ award from the North American Association for Environmental Education. She is honored to be in service to social transformation as a Thriving Groups Coordinator with the PeoplesHub team!
Joe Tolbert Jr.
Joe T. is a minister, scholar, writer and cultural organizer whose work is at the intersections of art, culture, spirituality and social justice. He received his B.S. in Communications from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, and completed his M.Div. with a concentration in Social Ethics from Union Theological Seminary in the city of New York. Joe is a sought after facilitator and cultural strategist that works with communities to help them harness the power of art and culture. For more information please visit www.TheJoeT.com