Event: Emotional Justice: Zoom Conversations with Esther Armah
Location: Zoom (pre-registration required)
Dates & Times: June 23, 2 pm – 3:30 pm (1st Session) | June 30, 2 pm – 3:30 pm (2nd Session)
This series is free and open to the public, but attendees must register.
Join Racial Justice Ministries at Scarritt Bennett Center for a 2-part conversation with Esther Armah, founder and Executive Director of The Armah Institute of Emotional Justice (AIEJ). The conversation will center on “emotional justice,” and how this work is critical in light of the racial climate today.
“Emotional justice” explores, confronts, and heals a legacy of untreated trauma due to global histories of enslavement, colonialism, and apartheid and their contemporary manifestations, which shape how we lead, learn, work, and build. AIEJ is a global institute that specializes in implementing the emotional justice framework through projects, training, and thought leadership. AIEJ is committed to “emotionality education” in the context of race, gender, and culture, and practices healing through using a creative mix of tools. AIEJ works globally in Accra, New York, and London.