It becomes especially important, however, in moments of discernible collective unrest in response to major campus, community, national, or global events.
We would like to share a few resources that may help you think about how to address these moments. We welcome feedback and the sharing of additional practices. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your thoughts. As these resources evolve in collaboration with our communities, the most up-to-date version will always be available on this blog post.
Resources by Sarah Ropp
When Emotions Run High (Addressing what’s happening beyond the classroom or office.)
A Structure for Processing Current Events (My News)
Getting Ready to Dialogue (A primer for engaging in dialogue, including helpful scripts for difficult moments.)
Practicing Presence (Connecting with your bodymind for deeper dialogue with self + other.)
Resources by Katerina Traut
Options for Action: Responding to Political Crisis – Infographic (A diversity of 9 options)
Options for Action: Responding to Political Crisis – Expanded Infographic (Reminders and more details)