My Grandmother's Hands: Racialized Trauma and the Pathway to Mending Our Hearts and Bodies
This book enlightens readers about generational trauma, its impact on the body, and how to heal the racialized trauma in America.
body-centered healing practices; historical events leading to racialized trauma; perspectives of trauma including African Americans, white Americans, Native Americans, and police; summaries of key remembering
congregations considering racism and healing in their personal lives and communities
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- Help someone struggling with racial trauma by sharing the book and doing a body-centered activity.
- Build relationships across your community by hosting a discussion about the issues of race raised in the book.