This First Monday circle was informed by this prompt: Two questions. Take a moment to center yourself before answering. What, if anything, feels challenging or difficult — today, recently, again, still, increasingly, or some combo of these? For what or
Military service has been experienced, spoken of or unacknowledged, in recent or long ago generations, in many families. The historical context of our human history leaves no one untouched by war. Offered by Lisa Iversen on 11/11/20.
Online Conversation Series with Whiteness Is Not an Ancestor Essayists The October 13th book launch was the beginning of a series of conversations with the Whiteness Is Not an Ancestor essayists. (You can watch the conversation here on YouTube.) We
CAB Publishing announces the upcoming release of Whiteness is Not an Ancestor: Essays on Life and Lineage by white Women. Edited and Foreword written by Lisa Iversen, MSW, LCSW. Advanced Reader Copies (ARC) are available through NetGalley, Edelweiss, and CAB
This MP3 link is an audio recording of a live online offering of reflections, guided meditation, and ancestral prayers in response to the unfolding coronavirus landscape. (3/8/20) https://wp.me/a8ZZbZ-AU These are unsettling times. The unfolding coronavirus landscape understandably triggers fear
The Family Matters Immersion Program promotes embodied consciousness and reclaiming of family and ancestry in the human experience. We invited alumni of the Family Matters Immersion Program to reflect on the lasting influence of this program and ways it informs
I am delighted to announce the details for the 2019 Family Matters Immersion Program. This year, Family Matters will take place over six sessions throughout the year, beginning May 3rd. A significant addition returning to the program structure this year