PART 9: Modeling the Model

The good we secure for ourselves is precarious and uncertain, is floating in mid-air,
until it is secured for all of us and incorporated into our common life.

- Jane Addams

What You Can Expect to Learn

How trauma themes may show up in advocacy

Enlivening the core values of a trauma-informed approach in your advocacy work

The importance of attending to oneself during trauma-informed advocacy

Reflections & Resources

How do you demonstrate commitment to these principles?

 

What do you think is important to pay attention to as you intentionally integrate these principles into your advocacy?

What are your experiences with privilege,
equity, and oppression?

 

What unearned privileges do you have access to?

 

What do you need to “unlearn?”

 

How can you not only recognize injustice, but act with intentionality and urgency to redress it?

POWERPOINT

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