Navigating Grief and Loss:
Thriving with a Heavy Heart
November 16, 2022 (6:00 – 7:30 pm)
John S. & Drucie R. Chase Building
1191 Navasota Street
Austin, TX 78702
Join the Amen Group in Partnership with the UT Center for Community Engagement Community Classroom Series for a session with Theresa Libios. This faith-based, interactive discussion on Grief and Loss will review the stages of grief, highlights from the book Grief is Love: Living with Loss, facilitate a small group discussion, and closing prayer. The goal is to help participants explore their own experiences with grief and loss, learn new ways of understanding grief and how to respond to it, and the importance of connecting with others and their faith for needed support.
Theresa Libios is a licensed professional counselor, EMDR therapist, and CES doctoral candidate.
This event is in person, and space is limited.
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Austin Black Assembly:
The Making of Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard
November 29, 2022 (6:00 pm)
Gordon-White Building, The University of Texas at Austin
210 W. 24th Street
Austin, TX 78705
Join a public screening of a pre-recorded Conversations from the Front Porch with the Austin Black Assembly, a group of East Austin activists who fought from 1975-1976 to rename 19th Street to Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard.
Following the screening, the audience will have a Q&A with:
Eva June Lindsey
Reverend Freddie Dixon
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Light refreshments will be served.
This event is sponsored by: John L. Warfield Center, UT Center for Community Engagement, UT Division of Diversity and Community Engagement, The Black Diaspora Archive, LILLAS Benson Library