Join Thrive on Sunday, June 2nd for Fierce Vulnerability: Radical Acts of Healing & Transformation with guest speaker & Kingian Nonviolence trainer Kazu Haga, award-winning poet & teaching artist Darius Simpson, and the soulful, heart-lifting Thrive Choir.
Our world is falling apart and we feel the despair and urgency in our lives.How do we boldly break down the structures of injustice and walls of separation, while we bravely break open our hearts to greater depths of love and connection? How can we create cultures of fierce vulnerability and courage that give rise to the radical acts of healing and transformation?
What: Thrive East Bay is a community that brings people together at the intersections of belonging, meaning, the arts, and social change. Thrive Sundays are an opportunity to connect with a diverse and inspiring group of people; to be uplifted by music, singing, poetry, and story; and to experience the transformative power of community in service to a just and flourishing world.
WHEN: Sunday, June 2 from 4 - 6pm
WHERE: the Community Hall at First Congregational Church of Oakland
2501 Harrison Street
Oakland, CA 94612
(This venue is wheelchair accessible.)