Updated on Monday, July 15th!
Right now there is a lot of beautiful and complicated conversation happening locally and nationally around self care and community care.
What do YOU think? What does self care and community care look like in your daily lives: in your homes, organizations, and community?
Write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org or comment on this blog post!
For your consideration, we are sharing the following AMAZING articles — they all deserve your time, so TAKE your time and check them out:
Needs and Strategies Assessment by Kindred Southern Healing Justice Collective.
Communities of Care, Organizations for Liberation by Yashna Maya Padamsee
And End to Self Care by B. Loewe
how about a beginning of self-determined care? by Adrienne Marie Brown
for badass disability justice, working-class and poor lead models of sustainable hustling for liberation by Leah Lakshmi Piepzna-Samarasinha
Care is the Core of Change by Subhash Kateel
More healing, more of the time by Midnight Apothecary
an end to able bodied rhetoric by The Root Cellar
On gimp-time: activism and commitment by Building Radical Accessible Communities Everywhere (BRACE)
Bruin Christopher’s Response to “An End to Self Care”
Privilege, reparations, and communities of care by Caroline Picker
Community acupuncturists took up the conversation on the People’s Organization of Community Acupuncture blog!
Care/Work on Domestic Left by Jonathan Kissam
A Round-Up and Re-Frame of the Community Care Conversation by Yashna Maya Padamsee
And we are super excited to share that Organizing Upgrade is going to be keeping this conversation going with their Community Care Channel.
So TUNE IN, dear community, and stay posted for Sage Community Health Collective’s ongoing events to explore the intersections between self and community care!