In the face of unprecedented political challenges and the ongoing circumstances of the pandemic, burnout feels omnipresent and inevitable. As well, self-care is often co-opted by corporate interests who create the illusion that rest is something you buy or that it’s an individual’s problem rather than society’s, the result of policies and practices of capitalism and white supremacy.
How can we create robust care practices to continue to fight the systems that are failing us?
In this presentation, Mariah Parker will teach participants to reclaim self-care as an act of resistance and will lead participants through some of the daily practices they have cultivated in making the balancing act of work, parenting, school, art, and politics sustainable. Learn about radical gratitude, rest as a journey, creating portals to care and other nourishing mindsets and activities that can be built into any schedule, on any budget, to evade burnout and foster political longevity.
Speaker: Mariah Parker
When: Thursday, July 14 | 12pm – 1:30pm PT
Where: Zoom Meeting
Registration deadline: Tuesday, July 12 at 5pm PT
Are you unable to attend but still want to watch the recording? Please still register for the training!