SociologySOCY 135 Healing Justice

This experiential course explores the theoretical foundations, history, and future of healing justice as a framework using an embodied approach. Healing justice has shaped wide-ranging fields, from grassroots organizing and holistic health, to grant-making, and education. While the framework informs a dynamic movement, healing justice is grounded in consistent commitments like collective healing; centering Black, indigenous and people of color knowledges; and more that guide this course. Grounded in somatic or embodied inquiry, students engage various materials—from academic articles to poetry—using some of the restorative practices that are central to healing justice work.

Requirements

Prerequisite(s): SOCY 105A and SOCY 105B, or by permission of the instructor.

Credits

5

General Education Code

ER

Quarter offered

Winter

Instructor

Naya (Natalie) Jones