Eco Resiliency: Nature Saving Black Lives - Event Details
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Eco Resiliency: Nature Saving Black Lives
Location: Student Services Center Rm. W201
Clinical eco-therapist, public health educator, and spiritual guide Phoenix Smith will share her knowledge on Tuesday, February 28, from 12:30pm – 1:45pm at UH Hilo. Smith specializes in nature-focused mindfulness practices, holistic counseling, and indigenous African spiritual healing practices.
Phoenix will share how these methods help to facilitate healing and transformation, especially among marginalized communities. This lecture is free and will be held in the Student Services Center (SSC), room W-201. All are welcome.
For more information, contact: email@example.com (808) 932-7461
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