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Reclaiming the Power of Breath: A Virtual Healing Series with Zoe Flowers

There's so much going on. Our chests are tight. We are experiencing fear and confusion. It may be hard for you to sleep, be present, and keep a handle on all you need to do.  And we still have "jobs" to do. It is our pleasure to present another set of healing sessions with advocate, healer, writer, poet, and filmmaker Zoe Flowers.  Zoe provided almost 1500 advocates with her virtual wellness sessions from March to May 2020. She is returning on June 11th to guide us through another round of sessions to help us stay grounded, manage our stress and alleviate anxiety.



Zoe Flowers

Director of Survivor Programs @Women of Color Network, Inc.


Zoe Flowers leads the National Resource Centers Work to promote healing services for survivors from historically marginalized communities. She is a seasoned domestic violence advocate, author and filmmaker. Her poetry and essays can be found in Stand Our Ground; Poems for Trayvon Martin and Marissa Alexander, Dear Sister: Letters from Survivors of Sexual Assault and the upcoming anthology, Love WITH Accountability: Digging Up the Roots of Child Sexual Abuse. Her articles and interviews can be found on The Grio, Bloom Magazine, and several online journals.

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Please check the Reclaiming the Power of Breath: A Virtual Healing Series with Zoe Flowers resource page for the recording.

Jan 01
From: 12:00 am - 12:00 am
Zoom: Online Meeting

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