A Conversation: Reparations as Community Wealth Building

April 22

1:00pm - 3:30pm

Audience: Alumni,  Current Student,  Faculty,  Neighbor or Friend,  Prospective Student,  Staff

The extraction and brutal exploitation of black and indigenous people was a feat of social engineering, a project that took centuries to unfold and centuries to dismantle. As these systems of radicalized oppression are drawing to an end, we have the opportunity to reengineer?long- term, sustainable processes of repair, while transferring wealth and power in ways that not only regenerate individuals but our larger ecological community as well. This event will gather repairationists and community wealth builders from Denver to share the innovative models that are ushering in the era of great healing and restoration. This conversation is led by Asia Dorsey. 

Panel includes: 

  • Asia Dorsey, Cofounder of the Satya Yoga Cooperative for People of Color  
  • Lotte Dula, Reparationist, reparations4slavery.com? 
  • Harold Fields,?Chairperson of the Denver Black Reparations Council 
  • Yessica?Holguin, Executive Director, Center for Community Wealth Building 

Cost: Donation based