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Liberatory Love: A Human Rights Day Ritual Experience with People Who Use Drugs
On Thursday, December 10 at 3:00 p.m. ET, join Faith in Harm Reduction for Liberatory Love: A Human Rights Day Ritual Experience with People Who Use Drugs. Drawing on liturgies from our new resource Spirit of Harm Reduction: A Toolkit for Communities of Faith Facing Overdose, members of the Faith in Harm Reduction leadership collective will lead participants in a time of establishing sacred space to honor the dignity and divinity of people who use drugs, people who do sex work, and other marginalized communities.

The Spirit of Harm Reduction toolkit offers ritual and liturgical resources spanning from blessings of naloxone to prayers of confession, from healing rituals to sermons on the gospel of Harm Reduction, from suggested musical resources to lists of sacred texts that can both inform a faith community’s response to structural violence and nurture the spirits of people who use drugs, people who do sex work, and other harm reductionists. Join us for an experiential introduction to what this new resource has to offer.

Dec 10, 2020 03:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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