When a group, neighborhood, or nation experiences an act of violence, it can shake the community to its very core. What brings communities together in these times of crisis? What tears them apart? Guided by Facing History’s themes of justice, legacy, and memory, we will explore the ways that communities process and respond to collective trauma. This workshop will offer opportunities for reflection, and will introduce participants to literary, artistic, and historical resources for exploring universal themes of loss and healing.
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Earlier Event: April 8Terrorism and the Boston Marathon: Fear, Hope, and Resilience
Later Event: April 9Share Your Story