PeoplesHub Workshop – Connect online as an individual

Resilience and Restoration in 2022


We live in a culture that values productivity over our wellbeing. We live in a culture that reproduces injustice and demands we give it all until we are burned out and depleted. The last two years have shown us that we must imagine another way to live, because we are our movements, and if we are not well, our movements and communities suffer.


As we welcome in the new year, Joe and Jardana offer PeoplesHub’s third annual new year’s workshop. In this workshop, we will explore two of PeoplesHub’s 4 Rs, Resilience and Restoration. We will focus on why resilience and restoration are necessary for thriving and healthy movements and learn from resilience and restorative practices in order to support our visioning for the world we want and need, and resource our work to bring that vision to life.



Joe Tolbert Jr. and Jardana Peacock (PeoplesHub)

Length and Type:

2 hours per session

Connect as an individual

Workshop Offered:


Thursday, January 27th

From 4-6pm PST/ 6-8pm CST/ 7-9pm EST

This training is ideal for:


  • Folks who want to create an intentional 2022
  • People who are busy and often do not take the time to ground in intention
  • People who want to start 2022 out with more ease and reflection, who want to do their work differently
  • Folks who care about building more resilience and restoration into movements for change
  • Those wanting to jumpstart a personal/collective practice towards greater resilience and restoration in their life and work
  • Those invested in weaving healing and spirituality into our movements for change
  • Folks looking for support to move through overwhelm and burnout
  • Folks interested in personal healing and self-inquiry, and how that relates to movement building



You’ll come away with:

  • A deeper understanding of the connection between our resilience and restoration and healthy movements.
  • A deeper understanding of how to overcome the barriers and blocks of integrating practice into life and social justice work
  • Art and reflection tools for transformative work planning
  • A practice map of resilience and restoration practices that you want to integrate into your work in 2022

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.


Also please bring markers, crayons, paper, magazines, or items to make art with for practice map-making exercise.



Access requests can be made during registration or by emailing Dustin Gibson at, including interpreters and captioners.



Choose what to pay, starting at $20. The true cost of this workshop is $50/person, which allows us to continue offering programs like this one and pay trainers a fair wage for their time and expertise. Like you, our trainers work hard for change in their communities and have often developed the knowledge, skill and gifts that they are offering through many unpaid hours — let’s support them to be sustainable in their work and craft!

Ready to sign up?


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

Jardana Peacock

Jardana Peacock is the author of Practice Showing Up: A Guidebook for White People Working for Racial Justice. Their work and essays have been featured in YES! Magazine, Elephant Journal, Decolonizing Yoga, The Avatar Review, Mother, Feminist Wire, and more.


They are a parent, a writer and an activist. They facilitate white ancestral healing and antiracism retreats across the US. They have helped to found seven social justice organizations including Liberation School South, a healing and spirituality school for changemakers and Showing Up for Racial Justice (SURJ). Jardana has worked as a cultural organizer at the Highlander Research and Education Center and the Anne Braden Institute for Social Justice Research. They have worked with thousands of activists and organizers globally.


They often travel to other worlds through their imagination, and prefer to be barefoot. They are happiest by water, in the mountains or desert, listening in to spirit, and playing in the sun with their kids. Jardana lives in Louisville, KY and serves as Director of Development at PeoplesHub.