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Week of 07/17/2016–07/23/2016

Led by Malik K. Bellamy, each twenty-minute massage session offered between 2 and 4 p.m. will consist of compression, tapotement, and a hand-and-foot massage incorporating gentle stretching. The goal of… Massage with Malik K. Bellamy

Week of 07/24/2016–07/30/2016

Herbal medicine can be used to treat the parts of our bodies that are impacted by post-traumatic stress and trauma, caused by depression, poverty, displacement, experiences of violence, pain, and injury.… Learning How to Heal Yourself with Plants: Herbs for PTSD and…

Week of 07/31/2016–08/06/2016

Organized on the occasion of “Simone Leigh: The Waiting Room,” this event will consider the benefits of intergenerational word-of-mouth information and strategy sharing among women. Artist Lorraine… Lorraine O’Grady: Ask Me Anything About Aging
Elders, we need you! In this workshop, elders are invited to share stories of healing and wisdom, providing us with a direct link to the knowledge we need to heal ourselves. Participants will learn some… Learning How to Heal Yourself with Plants: Herbs for Elders with…

Week of 08/07/2016–08/13/2016

Community acupuncture is a growing approach to providing accessible, cost-effective treatment to groups of people in a soothing, shared environment. Participants will be separated by folding screens for… Community Acupuncture with Julia Bennett
Children respond best to herbal medicine! In this class, participants will learn about the herbs that support wellness, prevent disease, and treat common childhood illnesses (ear infections, fevers, colds,… Learning How to Heal Yourself with Plants: Herbs for Children…
Community acupuncture is a growing approach to providing accessible, cost-effective treatment to groups of people in a soothing, shared environment. Participants will be separated by folding screens for… Community Acupuncture with Julia Bennett

Week of 08/28/2016–09/03/2016

During her residency at the New Museum, Simone Leigh will organize an event addressing historic and contemporary narratives surrounding the reproductive health and rights of black women through dialogue… On Abortion: A Conversation in Conjunction with “Simone Leigh:…

Week of 09/04/2016–09/10/2016

In this event, organized on the occasion of “Simone Leigh: The Waiting Room,” anthropologist Vanessa Agard-Jones will share research from her forthcoming book, Body Burdens: Toxic Endurance and Decolonial… Vanessa Agard-Jones: On Toxicity
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