This unique two day conference is designed to be a time of reflection, revival, self-care, and healing
for those who are committed to addressing issues of race, racial oppression and trauma. It invites national, international, and local dynamic speakers whose respective life’s work has been devoted to either
servicing racially traumatized populations and/or promoting critical thinking about race, trauma, and the
process of healing.

The conference is a space for people of color to convene and have their experiences with racial trauma named, acknowledged, and validated. It offers white participants a source of inspiration and empowerment to continue to both do their (personal soul) work and the work of racial and social justice.

The conference is intentional and unapologetic about highlighting the pervasive effects of race and racial trauma, and the necessity to promote racially informed approaches to healing, transformation, and activism.