Collective Recovery

University of Orange’s Collective Recovery program provides tools for organizations and community leaders to incorporate collective recovery into their existing programming. Collective Recovery is a way for communities to heal from trauma together.

Reflecting on 400 Years: Stories and Tools for a Just Future

A celebration of the 400 Years of Inequality coalition, including readings, reflections, and a showcase unveiling two new digital platforms. Register for free online here. About this Event In 1619, the first ships delivering Africans to be sold into bondage arrived in Jamestown, an inciting event in America’s ongoing battle with inequality. 2019 would mark this …

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Into the Magic Shop Reading Group

Join UofO’s Collective Recovery team as we read “Into the Magic Shop” by James R Doty MD. Reading group is on Monday’s between February 15th and March 8th at 6PM. Register for free on Eventbrite. — Info about the book and how to buy here. Growing up in the high desert of California, Jim Doty …

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Reading Group: Dead Epidemiologists

Join University of Orange’s Collective Recovery team as we dig into Rob Wallace’s new book of essays on the origins of COVID-19, Dead Epidemiologists.  Guest speakers will include the author Rob Wallace, and renowned epidemiologists Rod Wallace and Deborah Wallace, in conversations with Molly Rose Kaufman, Robert Sember, and Lesley Rennis from UofO’s Collective Recovery team.  …

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Remembering Rosa: Stories & Songs of People’s Power

University of Orange invites you to attend Remembering Rosa: Stories and Songs of People’s Power. Monday December 21st at 6pm.This hour long virtual event features four stories of solidarity and community organizing in Orange NJ alongside song and dance from Ebenezer Baptist Church, Orange Prep Academy, Concepts in Choreography, and local artists Ray Sykes and Joshua …

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University in Exile

University in Exile is a public space for students to meet, interact, and organize. We aim to foster connections between isolated students during the COVID-19 pandemic. While the typical college experience has been disrupted, we want to cultivate connections not just around coping and surviving but around inventing new ways of being together. We’ll be …

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Addressing ACEs through Collective Recovery

In this conversation with Lourdes Rodriguez, David Armstrong, James Encinas, and Reginald Miller we invite you to learn more about preventing Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) in your community by assuring safe, stable, nurturing relationships and environments. Using collective recovery as a way to think about what is ours to do? the conversation builds on personal …

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Build a personal foundation of spirit.

In her blogpost “Getting Through This Moment”, Dr. Mindy Fullilove outlines five principles for ‘getting through the disaster’: Turn on the love Pay attention to this week’s needs Fight injustice  Extend and strengthen your network Build a personal foundation of spirit This week we turn our attention to #5 – “Build a personal foundation of spirit”  …

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Nupurspectives #2

In this episode, Nupur Chaudhury talks to Molly Rose Kaufman about the need to learn from past organizers and movements and how it can help us find out what we are for. Watch below and check out episode 1, an interview with Lourdes Hernandez Rodriguez, here!

Collective Recovery: Pandemic and Community Crisis — What’s Your Piece?

Register for this free event on eventbrite! How can community organizations come together to share their piece in recovering and moving forward from these collective traumas? On top of the destabilizing COVID-19 pandemic, the killing of George Floyd sparked nationwide protests and calls for police reform. While these past weeks and months have been difficult …

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