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.

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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Extend and strengthen your network.

In “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 #4 – “Extend and Strengthen your network”  “The US is …

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Meditation and talk with Marisela Gomez

Dr. Marisela Gomez shares a deep relaxation meditation and a brief talk on consciousness during the Covid 19 pandemic. Marisela Gomez is a scholar activist from Baltimore MD. She received her PHD, MD, and MPH from Johns Hopkins University and has spent more than 20 years engaged in social determinants of health participatory research. Dr. …

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Collective Recovery Amidst COVID-19

NYC Healing Collective is a podcast hosted by Angel Acosta dedicated to amplifying people and insights at the intersection of healing, wellness and societal transformation. This episode explores a conversation with Mindy Thompson-Fullilove on living through this global pandemic. We explore this “new togetherness” that we are experiencing alongside the different ways to think, feel, …

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Fight injustice.

In “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 #3 – “Fight Injustice”  “It is essential to fight …

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Nupurspectives #1

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.  In the first episode of NupurSpectives, Nupur Chaudhury interviews Lourdes Rodriguez about the idea of COLLECTIVE RECOVERY. Lourdes talks about how collective …

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400 Years of Inequality: Spring Symposium

400 Years of Inequality’s Spring Symposium: Part OneIn this video, we hear from observance organizers on their experiences hosting place-based events, reflect on Reverend Barber’s sermon at The Riverside Church, and looked at how to apply his “seven sins” to understand the ecology of inequality as it was created through history – and how it …

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Pay attention to this week’s needs

In “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 #2- Pay attention to this week’s needs. Our needs …

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Ear To The Pavement

Interview with Dr. Mindy Fullilove on managed retreat, collective recovery, and grass-roots public health.

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